Lemon Basil Salmon Foil Bake (VIDEO)

This sheet pan lemon basil salmon foil bake is a quick and easy dinner recipe. With only a few minutes of prep time, this healthy meal is sure to please any salmon lover.

A fast sheet pan lemon basil baked salmon recipe with veggies. With only 10 minutes of prep time, this healthy meal is sure to please any salmon lover. #salmon

Easy Sheet Pan Lemon Basil Salmon Foil Bake

Sheet pan Lemon Basil Salmon Foil Bake is perfect for the grill or oven. I’m starting my low carb diet again and made one of my favorite sheet pan lemon basil salmon recipes this weekend that I think you’ll love! Making sheet pan dinners is so easy and perfect for busy week nights.

Salmon is by far my favorite fish. I’m always looking for new ways to cook this flavorful low carb, healthy dish. friend Cate shared this recipe several years ago for one of my free weekly meal plan dinners. Ever since then, I’ve been hooked!

Basil Lemon Salmon Foil Bake - Fast and Easy Dinner Recipe! LivingLocurto.com

Originally published September 2014

Easy No Mess Sheet Pan Dinner!

This delicious baked salmon recipe is fast, easy and since you bake it in foil on a sheet pan, there is no pan to wash! Fresh basil, butter, lemon, asparagus and tomato are a great combination! Feel free to substitute the asparagus for your favorite green vegetable.

I love that it only takes a few steps to make. You can assemble the foil packs ahead of time, then bake when you’re ready for dinner.

Basil Lemon Salmon Foil Bake - Fast and Easy Dinner Recipe! LivingLocurto.com

Why You Should Eat Salmon

When you are feeling sluggish, salmon is the perfect brain food. It’s an excellent source of high-quality protein, vitamins and minerals, but it’s the omega-3 fatty acids that will give you the brain boost. These fatty acids are thought to contribute to healthy brain function,  along with being good for your heart, joints and general wellbeing. Eating fish may reduce the risk of heart disease as well.

Easy Salmon Foil Bake How to Video

Watch the video below to see just how easy it is to make this Basil Lemon Salmon Foil Bake recipe!

 

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A fast sheet pan lemon basil baked salmon recipe with veggies. With only 15 minutes of prep time, this healthy meal is sure to please any salmon lover.

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I hope you enjoy this delicious, simple sheet pan basil lemon salmon foil bake recipe! This is one of my go-to low carb recipes when I need something quick and easy.

Lemon Basil Salmon Foil Bake

This sheet pan lemon basil salmon foil bake is a quick and easy low carb dinner recipe. With only 5-10 minutes of prep time, this healthy meal is sure to please any salmon lover.

  • 2-4 Salmon Fillets
  • 1/2 stick softened butter
  • 3 tbsp fresh basil (finely chopped)
  • 1 lemon (sliced)
  • 3 Roma Tomatoes (diced)
  • Fresh Asparagus
  • Salt
  • Fresh Ground Pepper
  • Foil
  1. Preheat oven or grill to 375°
  2. Mix the chopped basil into the softened butter and set aside
  3. Lay out foil for holding individual Salmon fillets. Foil should be about 12-15 inches in length
  4. Spray foil with non-stick cooking spray
  5. Place salmon in the center of the foil, skin side down
  6. Put a spoonful of the basil butter mixture on top of salmon and press down slightly with a spoon along the top of the salmon and sprinkle with salt and pepper
  7. Place 1 lemon slice on top of each salmon fillet
  8. Add 4 asparagus stems to each packet (rub butter mixture on top of asparagus for extra flavor)

  9. Sprinkle 2-3 tablespoons of the tomatoes on top of lemon layer
  10. Sprinkle with salt to taste and grind fresh pepper over the top
  11. Pull top and bottom of foil up and roll down until it seals in the center. Fold over the sides several time toward the center to seal and form the foil packet.
  12. Place foil packets on a baking sheet or directly on grill and bake for 20 minutes.
  13. Open steaming packets carefully and transfer to plates.

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National Cheese Curd Day: The Most Magical Day In All the Land

“National Cheese Curd Day?”

More like “National Get That Yumminess In My Belly NOW Day!”

Wondering when this day of delicious dairy celebration will be? Well mark your calendar for October 15, friends, and get ready to pack up the family to enjoy the yummies day of the year!

We hit Culver’s early (because we couldn’t wait until October 15th, OBVIOUSLY) and ordered ALL THE THINGS.

Burgers, chicken strips, grilled cheese, fries, Culver’s concrete mixers, and CHEESE CURDS.

We were fresh off a busy school day that had been capped by an active session of Taekwondo, we this crew was HANGRY. And you know what makes a hangry tummy happy? Warm, crispy, ooey-gooey, cheesy goodness. So you better believe that those cheese curds delivered.

It was, admittedly, our first visit to Culver’s and my kiddo’s and I could not stop yapping about the tasty food.

And the true test of a great burger? Ordering it bunless for your gluten-free self…the verdict?

DELICIOUS!

Our love of cheese and dairy runs deep at my house. So when I explained the “cheese curd” concept to my kids they were, admittedly, confused. Luckily…YouTube has the answer…

Did you know…

Finding a heart shaped curd means you’ll have good luck.

Every Culver’s Cheese Curd comes from ONE DAIRY — La Grander Hillside Dairy in Stanley, Wisconsin.

A secret Culver’s menu hack? Get a side of Cheese Curds and pile them in your ButterBurger® and prepare to be AMAZED. 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Culver’s. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

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Physician: American Children ‘Immersed in a Culture of Disrespect’

Let’s face it. Almost every child has likely had some type of meltdown in public, causing great embarrassment to both the child’s parent and to other witnesses in the vicinity. But while such disrespectful behavior is embarrassing at age two, it’s downright horrifying the older a child gets.

Dr. Leonard Sax recently experienced one of these horrifying displays of disrespect in his medical practice. He describes the scenario in a recent edition of The Wall Street Journal:

“Kyle was absorbed in a videogame on his cellphone, so I asked his mom, ‘How long has Kyle had a stomach ache?’ Mom said, ‘I’m thinking it’s been about two days.’ Then Kyle replied, ‘Shut up, mom. You don’t know what you’re talking about.’ And he gave a snorty laugh, without looking up from his videogame. Kyle is 10 years old.”

Unfortunately, such behavior is no longer an anomaly, as Dr. Sax goes on to explain:

“I have been a physician for 29 years. This sort of language and behavior from a 10-year-old was very rare in the 1980s and 1990s. It would have been unusual a decade ago. It is common today. America’s children are immersed in a culture of disrespect: for parents, teachers, and one another. They learn it from television, even on the Disney Channel, where parents are portrayed as clueless, out-of-touch or absent. They learn it from celebrities or the Internet. They learn it from social media. They teach it to one another. They wear T-shirts emblazoned with slogans like ‘I’m not shy. I just don’t like you.’”

 

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But while disrespectful children have become the norm, Dr. Sax has found that respectful, obedient children still exist out there, largely because there are still a few parents who practice authoritative parenting. And according to Dr. Sax, it’s not too late for parents to change course and start instilling respect in their children. His recommendations for doing so are summarized in the following three points:

1. Put the family before the child.

“Prioritize the family. The family meal at home is more important than piling on after-school extracurricular activities. Instead of boosting self-esteem, teach humility.”

2. Remove distractions.

“[N]o screens when you are with your child. Put your cellphone away. No electronic devices at the dinner table. Teach the art of face-to-face conversation.”

3. Draw a line in the sand, and don’t look back.

“If you’re going to make a change, don’t be subtle. New Year’s Day is as good a time as any to sit down with your children and explain that there are going to be some changes in this household: changes in how we talk, in how we behave, in how we treat one another.”

Americans have tried the kinder, gentler, let-me-be-your-friend approach to parenting for the last several decades. If the behavior problems in schools and the heightened level of sensitivity on college campuses are any indication, this parenting approach hasn’t produced the positive outcomes we were hoping for. Is it time for today’s parents to reverse course and begin teaching their children to respect others first instead of their own little selves?

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Spicy Garlic Sausage Sliders

We now take a break from my typical fiesta of baked goods and chocolate to bring you, what my husband admiringly declared, “DUDE FOOD.”

Yes, these Spicy Garlic Sausage Sliders are going to be the hero of my big game buffet come this Sunday, but don’t for one second think that my lady-like tastebuds weren’t SIIIINGING when I tasted this:

These sausage sliders are a piece of cake to prep in advance and then warm up in oven when you’re ready to serve. I like things to be easy—and super tasty—so building this recipe around Johnsonville Bratwurst Sausages brought a ton of flavor so that I could add some of our other favorite flavor categories. 

Flavor categories such as…cheesy, garlicy, and juuuuust spicy enough.

Need more big game recipe inspiration using your favorite Johnsonville sausage? Then check out Johnsonville’s new online reality show, The Sausage Dome — a fun cooking competition where sausage loving social celebs and enthusiasts present their sausage-based Big Game recipes to a panel of six Johnsonville employee members called The Sausage Six.

Now…are you ready to see how to create a sausage slider that will bring your big game party guests to their feet (cheering and praising your kitchen ninja skills?)

Let’s do this…

SPICY GARLIC SAUSAGE SLIDERS

Meet your team…

Now, you can use any dinner roll, but I can’t peer pressure you enough into getting your hands on some pretzel rolls. They crisp up so wonderfully in the oven and are chewy and sturdy enough to handle the flavor fiesta that’s coming for you…

Johnsonville Brats Original Bratwurst. RUN DO NOT WALK. You can grill these or cook them in a frying pan. I was pretty set on grilling, but then I stepped outside into the Utah winter and thought. NOPE. NOPE. NOPE.

While you’re cooking your brats, you can also sauté your peppers in a separate frying pan. 

When they are soft and sweet, set them aside. 

Grab a pyrex baking dish and set to work slicing your pretzel buns and slathering them with spicy mustard. We used a horseradish variety and think my husband may have finished off the jar with a spoon. 

 Assemble the sliders as follows, from the bottom up:
-mustard
-sliced sausage (2-3 slices per slider)
-sauted peppers
-swiss cheese
-top bun

 Prepare butter sauce by melting butter and combining with crushed garlic and red pepper flakes. Once you’ve assembled all of the sandwiches, give that butter sauce one last stir and pour it over each sandwich. Try not to drool on the sandwiches…

Place in a 375 degree oven for 10 minutes until the cheese is melted and the butter sauce is nice and bubbly. LIKE THIS. (Warning: your kitchen will smell like buttery garlicy HEAVEN.)

Serve and enjoy! 

 

SPICY GARLIC SAUSAGE SLIDERS
*Makes six slider sandwiches.

Ingredients:

  • Johnsonville Brats Original Bratwurst 
  • Pretzel Buns (or dinner rolls)
  • Swiss Cheese (one slice per slider)
  • Red Bell Pepper
  • Green Bell Pepper
  • Spicy Mustard
  • Butter – 5 Tablespoons
  • Crushed Garlic – 2 teaspoons
  • Red Pepper Flakes – 1 teaspoon
  • Salt + Pepper – to taste
  • Oil – 1-2 Tablespoons (I used avocado oil)

Directions:

  1. Cook Johnsonville Brats according to package directions (either on the grill or in a frying pan) and set aside. Once cool to the touch, slice diagonally to get 4-5 slice per brat.
  2. Slice and sauté bell peppers in oil and season with salt and pepper to taste. Set aside.
  3. Prepare butter sauce by melting butter and combining with crushed garlic and red pepper flakes. Set aside.
  4. Slice buns and place in a 9×13 pyrex baking dish.
  5. Assemble the sliders as follows, from the bottom up:
    -mustard
    -sliced sausage (2-3 slices per slider)
    -sautéed peppers
    -swiss cheese
    -top bun
    (If you’re making these ahead, stop here and cover the sliders, and refrigerate.)
  6. Once you’ve assembled all of the sandwiches, give that butter sauce one last stir and pour it over each sandwich.
  7. Place in a 375 degree oven for 10 minutes (15 if refrigerated) until the cheese is melted and the butter sauce is nice and bubbly.
  8. Serve and enjoy!

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Burgers are my favorite. It’s what I ask for as my birthday meal every year. My husband makes fantastic stuffed burgers. It’s a painstaking process that takes up the whole kitchen counter and requires a scale.

A scale!

While I admire and wholeheartedly appreciate that level of commitment to my birthday burger … I do not have time for that.

There’s too much going on at our house during the dinner prep window that requires both my attention and my counter space.

“GET THAT STORMTROOPER HELMET AWAY FROM THE STOVE!”

I can’t make this stuff up.

Now that we’re a few years into the kids-in-school weeknight hustle, I’ve figured out the key to getting a tasty dinner on the table —a well-stocked freezer and recipes that use readily available pantry staples. Can I use an ingredient that also lends itself to breakfast food, is a lunch box hero, and can be used at dinner? If yes, then I’M IN.

My biggest burger obstacle? The buns!

I’ve had buns go stale and moldy waiting for burger night to arrive and I’ve had to toss buns because we don’t use up the rest of the package after we’ve enjoyed our burgers. (I’ve tried to convince my kiddos that a PB&J on a burger bun is an extra fun treat…they didn’t buy it.)

Also. Winter is coming.

Last time I checked, my grill was outside. So that’s raining on my burger parade, for oh, about half the year around these parts.

My solution? THE PATTY MELT.

So when Ball Park® brand asked me to give their new Flame Grilled Beef Patty a try, I was eager to see if I could take my burger love to a year-round level.

I was curious … and admittedly skeptical.

BBQ Bacon Patty Melt

They are frozen and fully cooked (I found them in the freezer section at Walmart near meatballs and appetizers) and the package claims you can warm them up—from frozen— in 8-10 minutes in a skillet. HMMMMMM. We’ll see.

BBQ Bacon Patty Melt

I also noticed that there was Ball Park® Flame Grilled Beef Patties and Ball Park® Steakhouse Burgers which both looked great! I wanted to make a patty melt that would resemble my favorite burger — crispy onions, bacon, BBQ sauce, and cheddar — sometimes affectionately called a “Cowboy” or “Western” burger. Since I’m a professed bacon lover, I had leftover bacon from breakfast, so I started with the Ball Park Flame Grilled Patties, as mentioned above, from frozen.

BBQ Bacon Patty Melt

In less than 7 minutes, I had two piping hot patties ready to go. They smelled delicious. They looked delicious. And I was impressed at how quick I went from opening up a package to assembling my patty melt and getting it back on the stove.

BBQ Bacon Patty Melt

Within minutes my bread was buttery and toasty and the cheese was doing that melty thing that makes you happy to be alive.

BBQ Bacon Patty Melt

Now all that’s left is to serve it up with a generous helping of crispy shoestring fries fresh from the oven.

BBQ Bacon Patty Melt

This tastes like the best diner patty melt I’ve ever had. The crispy buttery toast combined with the juicy burger, melty cheese and tangy flavor from the BBQ sauce and crispy onion straws was absolutely amazing.

The best part is that this patty melt cooked up in less than 15 minutes – seriously. Freezer to plate in 15 minutes.

Want to see how easy this patty melt is to whip up? See for yourself!

BBQ Bacon Patty Melt with Shoestring Fries

INGREDIENTS
Ball Park Flame Grilled Beef Patty
Bacon (thick sliced, 1 strip per patty melt)
Cheddar Cheese (2 slices per patty melt)
Crispy Onion Straws (1 Tablespoon per patty melt)
BBQ Sauce (1-2 teaspoons)
Bread (2 slices, white sandwich bread)
Butter (1 Tablespoon)

DIRECTIONS
Cook thick-cut bacon in a large skillet. Remove from heat, drain fat, leaving 1 Tablespoon in the skillet, and set bacon aside.

Using the reserved bacon grease, warm the thawed patty over medium heat in the skillet, turning once, 2-3 minutes per side. (5-6 minutes for frozen.)

Assemble patty melt starting with the bottom slice of bread, layering as follows: slice of cheddar cheese, hamburger patty, bacon, onion straws, drizzle of BBQ sauce, slice of cheddar cheese, bread.

In a clean frying pan, melt butter over medium heat and grill patty melt on each side until the bread is toasty and the cheese is gooey and irresistible.

Slice, serve, and wait for your family to heap praise upon you for feeding them something so fantastic.

Enjoy!Easy BBQ Bacon Patty Melt

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Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

It’s that time of year when I start looking for family dinner ideas that are easy, include multiple food groups, and are warm in my belly.

The return of the school year brings cooler temps and hungrier kiddos, so gone are the days of our dinner plates being half watermelon. (WHAT. Don’t act like you didn’t do it.)

Bonus points for meals that can be assembled with pantry staples and foods that I tend to cook in bulk, so I can have leftovers for easy meals — things like chicken and bacon. If I’m going to cook up either of those, I might as well make enough to stock my fridge.

Because a slice of thick cut bacon, chopped into a salad? OH, HEY. That makes me happy.

Those pantry staples? BOOM.

Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

This pasta was the star of the show in my cold pasta salad that came on every camping trip last summer (cooked Barilla Collezione Three Cheese Tortellini, thick slices of salami, black olives, mozzarella, tomatoes…so tasty.)

But as I mentioned, it’s not really pasta salad season…at least not at my house.

But it most definitely is tasty, cheesy, bacony, YUMMY season at my house.

Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

This recipe for Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini is easy to assemble ahead of time and pop in the oven when your dining room table is besieged by hungry children. The Barilla Collezione Three Cheese Tortellini cooks up beautifully in 10 minutes flat and the Barilla Traditional Pesto Sauce adds so much delicious fresh, garlicky flavor that you can truly toss this together and deliver a rich tasting dish to the dinner table.

Here’s how you whip this up!

Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a non-stick pan. Pan fry chicken until fully cooked and lightly browned. Remove from heat and chop into bite-sized pieces. Set aside.

Cook 4 strips of thick-cut bacon. Remove from heat, drain excess fat, and chop. Set aside.

Warm frozen peas. (Cook according to package directions, but remove from heat before they are fully cooked. Unless you like your peas super mushy. You do you.)

In a bowl, combine the jar of Barilla Pesto with ¾ cup of Half-and-Half until well combined. Add 1 cup of shredded mozzarella to the sauce. Set aside.

Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

In a 9×13 baking dish, combine the prepared tortellini, chicken, bacon, and peas and mix gently, taking care not to break the pasta.

Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

Pour the sauce mixture over the contents of the baking dish and gently stir to coat the pasta mixture.

Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

Cover the coated pasta with 1 ½ cups of mozzarella and ⅓ cup parmesan cheese and then bake in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes.

Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

Dish up a bowl for yourself…you know…to make sure it’s okay for everyone else to eat.

Baked Cheesy Bacon Chicken Tortellini

AND both the Barilla Tortellini and Barilla Pesto Sauce are available in 2-packs at your friendly neighborhood BJ’s store for a limited time only! They are made with all-natural ingredients and are great together or separate, hot or cold!

BAKED CHEESY BACON CHICKEN TORTELLINI

INGREDIENTS

Barilla Collezione Three Cheese Tortellini
Barilla Basil Pesto
Chicken Breast (1-1 ½ lbs)
Bacon (4 strips, thick sliced)
Peas (frozen, 10oz)
Half-and-Half (¾ Cup)
Mozzarella (shredded, 2 ½ Cups, divided)
Parmesan (shredded, ⅓ Cup)

DIRECTIONS

Prepare pasta according to package directions. Drain and set aside.

Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a non-stick pan. Pan fry chicken until fully cooked and lightly browned. Remove from heat and chop into bite-sized pieces. Set aside.

Cook 4 strips of thick-cut bacon. Remove from heat, drain excess fat, and chop. Set aside.

Warm frozen peas. (Cook according to package directions, but remove from heat before they are fully cooked. Unless you like your peas super mushy. You do you.)

In a bowl, combine the jar of Barilla Pesto with ¾ cup of Half-and-Half until well combined. Add 1 cup of shredded mozzarella to the sauce. Set aside.

In a 9×13 baking dish, combine the prepared tortellini, chicken, bacon, and peas and mix gently, taking care not to break the pasta.

Pour the sauce mixture over the contents of the baking dish and gently stir to coat the pasta mixture.

Cover the coated pasta with 1 ½ cups mozzarella and ⅓ cup parmesan and bake in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes.

The cheese should be melted and lightly browned when done.

Enjoy!

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Chicken Pad Kee Mao – Easy Dinner with Blue Apron

Tracking PixelA classic Thai dish from Blue Apron with a twist. This Chicken Pad Kee Mao recipe is an easy family meal idea.

When life gets busy, sitting down for family dinners becomes harder to enjoy. With a busy work schedule, plus my kids’ basketball and cheer practices, there has not been a lot of time to plan meals or even grocery shop lately. This is why I’m super excited to be partnering with Blue Apron this month!

Have you heard of Blue Apron? They deliver farm-fresh ingredients for amazing dinner recipes right to your door. The best part is that there are no trips to the grocery store!

I think it’s so important to have family dinner time. Making a fresh, home cooked meal is what I want for my family, but not only do I have a limited amount of time, but I often have a hard time choosing what to make for dinner. I love how Blue Apron makes life easier by providing the most delicious recipes and delivering everything I need directly to my doorstep!

And my picky kids actually tried the recipes and liked them. It was a miracle! ha! Trying new things can be fun.

A classic Thai dish from Blue Apron with a twist. This Chicken Pad Kee Mao recipe is an easy family meal idea.

I recently tried three Blue Apron recipes and wanted to share my favorite of them all with you today. The Chicken Pad Kee Mao with Bell Peppers and Thai Basil is so good!

Blue Apron Recipe Cards

With new dishes on the menu every week, each Blue Apron meal is a delicious recipe that comes with step-by-step photo directions on how to prepare the ingredients and cook it!

I had never made a meal with rice noodles, so this was quite adventurous for me.

A classic Thai dish from Blue Apron with a twist. This Chicken Pad Kee Mao recipe is an easy family meal idea.

The recipe sheets make it fun to cook with your kids – or for your spouse to try making a meal. Just follow along with the photos. There is no messing this up!

A classic Thai dish from Blue Apron with a twist. This Chicken Pad Kee Mao recipe is an easy family meal idea.

Blue Apron was a life saver recently when my mother was hospitalized and I couldn’t grocery shop. It was so nice to have the ingredients delivered to my home. I’m thinking this is the perfect gift for yourself or for someone who loves to cook!

 

FREE GIFT FOR YOU!!!

For a limited time you can get some free Blue Apron Meals!! Just click here to be one of the first 100 people to sign up. FYI – There’s no commitment – you can skip or cancel at any time! Plus, it’s always free shipping.

 

Enjoy this Chicken Pad Kee Mao recipe!

A classic Thai dish from Blue Apron with a twist. This Chicken Pad Kee Mao recipe is an easy family meal idea.

Be sure to visit Blue Apron for more recipes! I’m dying to try the Chicken, Baby Artichoke & Spinach Casserole next. Save the Chicken Pad Kee Mao recipe below.

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