I was given a huge bag of tomatoes and wondered what to do with it. I decided to make a tomato sauce with the leftovers after making this dish. God sure provided, as I used all the tomatoes in this recipe.
So excited to have harvested so much kale when we returned from our holiday. The wicking beds have done an amazing job!
Scroll down or click “continue reading->” for the recipe I used.
Pan Fried Snapper On A Bed of Home Grown Sow Thistle with Home Made Potato Chips
The snapper was just rubbed with salt and pepper and olive oil and pan-fried on each side for a few minutes. Easiest way to tell if the fish is cooked is to watch the meat turn opaque white.
Usually I put the fish in skin side down to let it brown a little about 3 – 4 mins then flip it on the other side for 2 mins.
The sow thistle was harvested from our back yard, I just stripped the leaves off the plant and gave it a wash ensuring there was no dirt left then I pan-fried with garlic salt and pepper. It has the texture of spinach and the taste of kale.
The potato chips was a fun experiment! It was made in the microwave!! So fast and so good!!^^