Lemon Garlic Salmon from a Toaster Oven

Lemon Garlic Salmon from a Toaster Oven

Baking fish fillets in foil gives them a moist, tender texture. Steamed rice is an ideal accompaniment either way. When making this. I often prepare an extra fillet to have cold with lunch the next day. You will need a toaster oven to prepare this. Variation: Maple Lemon Salmon Before wrapping … Read more

Deli Tuna Melts from Toaster Oven

Deli Tuna Melts from a Toaster Oven

Serve with extra dill pickles and perhaps coleslaw. You will need a toaster oven to prepare this. Variation: Tuna Melts with Tomato Top each prepared tuna melt with 2 tomato slices (depending on the size of the tomato) before sprinkling with remaining cheese.

Fish Tacos from Toaster Oven

Fish Tacos from a Toaster Oven

Tacos are almost an any-meal solution, excellent for brunch, lunch, or dinner any day of the week. Flour tortillas are the traditional wrap, but corn tortillas, crispy shells, or even lettuce leaves can be used. With a variety of toppings, everyone can customize their own taco. You will need a toaster … Read more

Garlic Shrimp and Broccoli from a Toaster Oven

Garlic Shrimp and Broccoli from a Toaster Oven

Here’s a fresh, flavorful, and colorful main course. Remove the tails prior to baking and serve with steamed rice. You will need a toaster oven to prepare this. Variation: although the recipe calls for frozen uncooked shrimp, frozen cooked shrimp can be substituted. Stir cooked shrimp into broccoli halfway through baking … Read more

Chicken Parm from a Toaster Oven

Chicken Parm from a Toaster Oven

Chicken Parmigiana is a favorite dish for many. Serve with a salad or cooked spaghetti, or both. Purchasing Frozen Breaded Chicken When purchasing frozen breaded chicken, check labels closely, as some are uncooked and others cooked. Either works, but be sure to check the internal temperature at the end of … Read more

Chicken and Noodle Bowl from a Toaster Oven

Chicken and Noodle Bowl from a Toaster Oven

One-bowl meals are quick to assemble and satisfying as a lunch or light dinner. Leftover cooked chicken (to replace the uncooked chicken breast) can be stirred in with the noodles. For a more Asian and spicier version, add hot or sweet chili sauce to taste. Variation: Tofu and Noodle Bowl … Read more