Cook Like A Chef Or A Star

February, the month of love and romance. I know all months of the year a person should be romantic, but for some strange reason someone invented Valentines Day. Now men or women every where are showing their spouses or mates how romantic they can be. Both shower each other with gifts, affection, romance and most of all an abundance of love. This month men show women that they can be real gentlemen, so they open doors, some may wash their woman's cars, while others buy their women expensive purses or jewelry. Women put on sexy clothing such as lingerie, to show their affection. Then there are the men or women that are the exception to the rule and they go all out. They prepare a table lite with candles, play soft romantic music and prepare a elegant meal for their love one. So as promised, I have a recipe that's quick and very easy to prepare. No you don't need to be an expert cook or have a fancy degree to cook this meal. Anyone who can follow simple directions can prepare this quick, simple and delicious meal. After you are done your special love will feel that you cook like a Chef or a Star for your baby on Valentines Day.
Happy Valentines Day,

                                                              Baked Salmon Delight
1 large salmon fillet or 4 medium slices
1 third cup of olive oil
1 table spoon of salt
1 table spoon of ground pepper
4 table spoons of dried basil
2 table spoons of lemon juice
2 cloves of minced garlic
1 In a medium glass bowl, prepare marinade by mixing garlic, salt, ground pepper, dried basil, olive oil and lemon juice together. Place salmon fillets, into the glass pan and cover with marinade. Leave in refrigerator one hour.
2. Preheat oven to 375 degrees
3. Place salmon in aluminum foil, cover with remain marinade and seal. Place sealed salmon into a large clean glass dish and bake 35 to 45 minutes, until easily flaked with a fork.
Recommended side dish, Uncle Ben's rice, along with a green salad.

                                                           Baked Creole Chicken
2 pounds of leg quarters
1 jar of Rago
1 table spoon or creole season
1 half cup of chopped onions
1 half cup of chopped bell peppers
2 cloves of garlic
Clean chicken, then remove any fat, season chicken with creole season. Place leg quarters in glass pan, then spread onions,bell peppers and cover with Rago sauce. Bake at 375 for 1 hour and 30 minutes then serve. With a side of rice and steam vegetables.


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