SALMON WITH CAYENNE – RED BELL PEPPER – TOMATOES – ONION IN WHITE WINE SAUCE / RED INCA QUINOA / NAVY BEANS IN BROTH

–salmon (size of 3 decks of cards, one-half pound)

–red bell pepper (2 slices, medium, fresh)

–tomatoes (1, fresh, medium)

–onion (one-half, medium)

–white wine (cooking wine is fine)

–cayenne pepper

–salt and pepper

–olive oil

–red Inca quinoa (two-thirds cup)

–navy beans (dried, two-thirds cup – soak overnight)

–Bac’n pieces (soy bacon)

–onion bits (minced onion, bottled)

–chicken broth (non-fat, low sodium)

 

1 – In a slow cooker, place the navy beans and chicken broth at the beginning of a day.  Season with salt, pepper, olive oil, Bac’n pieces, and onion bits.  Cook on low for 6 hours.  Maintain on warm temperature until time for dinner.

2 – Place two-thirds cup of quinoa in a covered baking dish.  Add 1 and one-third cups of water.  Season with salt, pepper, and olive oil.  Microwave on high for 6 minutes; then microwave on 50 percent power for 9 minutes.  Keep covered to preserve warmth.

3 – Place the sliced red bell pepper, sliced tomato, and sliced onion in a covered baking dish with a little white wine.  Season with salt, pepper, olive oil, and cayenne pepper.  Microwave on high for 4 minutes.  Then place the salmon on top.  Spoon some of the sauce over the salmon.  Season the salmon with salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, and olive oil.  Microwave the salmon for 6 minutes on high.  When finished, test the center to be sure that it is done.  If not, continue cooking for 1 minute more.

4 – Serve the salmon with vegetables on top of the quinoa, with the beans as a side.  Serve the dinner hot.

–recipes original.

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