You know a lo of folx spend a lot of money on lunch everyday because they are sick of turkey sandwiches or they say they don't have time to make lunch. I say bull!

Anyone can make a tasty and nutritious lunch in the same time it takes to make breakfast. If you keep your freezer stocked like I taught you in my post, Frozen Bounty, you would have what you need on hand.

Here are the ingredients:

1 Salmon Fillet 1 tsp Kosher salt 1 tsp black pepper 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp dill weed 1 pat of butter

1/2 head of cabbage, core (stem) removed, shredded 1/2 medium onion, sliced 1 small tomato, diced (optional) 1 tbsp Kosher salt 1 tbsp black pepper 1 tbsp garlic powder (or minced garlic if you have it on hand) 2 tbsp olive oil

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Here's how you prepare it:

Put a piece of aluminum foil in a baking pan or dish. Spray it with Pam or put a little veggie oil on a paper towel and wipe it on the foil.

Put the salmon on the foil. Mix the salt, pepper, garlic powder, and dill togeher in a bowl. Sprinkle the mixture on the salmon. Put the butter on the top of the salmon. Put the salmon in the broiler at 400 degrees.

In the meantime, pour the oil into a dutch oven over medium high heat. Add the sliced onion and saute for 2 minutes. Add cabbage and the seasonings. Mix well with the onions. Cover and reduce heat to medium. Stir occaisionally.

Check on the salmon. When edges are brown and it is firm to the touch, it is done. Usually no more than 10 minutes. Remove the salmon from the broiler.

The cabbage should be done around the same time. It should be softer but still have a little firmness to it. Don't over cook your cabbage.

I made this entire meal during the time I made my breakfast as you can see here:

Salmon Lunch

Salmon Lunch

I hope you enjoyed this quick recipe and I hope it encourages you to start making your own lunch.



The Survival Gourmet