Last night's dinner was really good for a last minute throw together. Soy-glazed salmon, beet greens and corn.
For the salmon:
We took a couple pieces of frozen salmon out and placed them in a baking dish. In a separate bowl we combined 1/2 cup soy sauce (low sodium preferred), 1/3 cup brown sugar and 1 Tbsp olive oil. We then poured this mixture over the salmon and broiled the fillets for ~12 minutes.
For the beet greens:
Beet greens are the stems or the green part of the beet. This is the part you usually cut off and throw away when you cook the beets. However, these greens are delicious and are very similar to cooking collard greens or spinach. These greens barely even need water or oil to cook in because they emit water when they start to wilt/cook. We washed, patted dry and chopped the greens. These were then placed in a pan and steamed/cooked for ~5 minutes. They don't take long!
The corn was a pretty easy stovetop preparation so I won't even go into those details.
What we were left with was a delicious meal that only took ~15 minutes to prepare. Can't beat that for a Tuesday dinner!