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Create A Day

One creative project every day for a year

I am unfortunately even more days behind due to midterms this week…. But now it is fall break, so hopefully I can get some posts knocked out this weekend!

The other night, after staring at the contents of the fridge for awhile, I decided to just do a quick veggies stir fry! I had a bunch of bell peppers of different colors on hand, and being the visual person I am, I thought they would be so pretty with some frozen edamame that I also had! Here are the gorgeous peppers!

So I combined these peppers with the edamame and about a tablespoon of Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki, which is the best teriyaki sauce ever, by the way! I put it on everything!

While those were cooking, I baked some salmon in the oven with just a sprinkle of salt and pepper on both sides. When that was done, I topped it with some homemade salsa I made the other night. I plated it up with the veggies and I was done!

I gotta tell you, the main reason I decided to post about this was because of the beautiful colors! The added bonus was that it was really yummy, too! The teriyaki sauce seeped into the salmon a bit and in combination with the salsa was the most amazing flavor!

Another food post coming up!!

Anna Grace

  1. Tadeo Said,

    I suppose there are dneefrfit ways to look at it the cooking would certainly blend the flavors effectively, but you’re probably right in that the structural integrity of the individual vegetables would be compromised. Another approach to salsa is to not cook any of the ingredients and let it sit uncooked to mingle flavors. Neither is wrong, just depends on the recipe you consult!

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