Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Easy meals focus on Costco fish and eggs

Fresh Icelandic haddock from Costco Wholesale cooks in about 15 minutes when added to mildly spicy bottled Mexican green salsa. Here, the fillets and sauce are served over leftover organic brown rice with organic diced tomatoes prepared in an electric cooker.
At breakfast the next day, leftover organic brown rice and green salsa are the perfect platform for a wedge of sweet-potato-and-pesto frittata I made over the weekend. Imported Mexican green salsa is sold in 16.7-ounce bottles by Goya, La Costena and others.

Wild-caught haddock fillets are $8.99 a pound at Costco Wholesale in Hackensack. Baby spinach with garlic, oil and inexpensive sake is a great side dish. Add the fish to hot green salsa, with optional fresh lime juice, and cook in a covered pan until the fillets firm up and flake easily.

For another breakfast, two organic brown eggs from Costco Wholesale were fried sunny side up with shredded Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese and Aleppo pepper, and served with leftover garlic sweet potatoes and organic whole wheat pasta shells.

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