|Ahh the flame-ups, I have missed you|
2 TBS sesame Oil
1 Clove of minced garlic
The Juice from one lemon
Salt and Pepper
I left that on the counter for about half an hour then made the Grits:
1 Cup of boiling water
4 TBS Grits
1/3 Cup half & half
Add the grits to the boiling water then stir until it starts to thicken (I use quick grits so it is about 5 minutes) then add the half & half, stir a little, cover and set aside.
I started the next step by toasting the sesame seeds, that really brings out the flavors so well, so put them in a dry skillet and toast over high heat until they start to brown. Next roll the salmon in your toasted seeds and set it skin side up in a hot skillet. I like mine about medium so after about 4 minutes turn and cook on the other side for about the same amount of time. When it is all cooked plate it up and garnish with a few toasted seeds. I enjoy the sesame, garlic flavor that this has, they work so well with the salmon, as for everyone else the chicken was fine.
Note, I actually started this post a few days ago before the whirlwind that preceded heading off to CT. Since then I have changed my mind.... I will continue to cry about Subway school...