The Monthly Project Check-in and Someone's Recipe Featured!! – The Sisterhood of the Shrinking Jeans LLC


OK, so how are you liking our Taste of the Sisterhood?

Are you trying our recipes? What have you made?? What are you dying to try?

I tried one this week from one of YOU and I just about died and went to HEAVEN.

Thank you for sending me recipes, ya’ll! I’m having fun over here!

       Print This!     So here is the recipe I tried this week: TERIYAKI SALMON BY Laura at Laura’s Daily Adventures and the recipe is actually by her husband! So good for you, husband! This was awesome!!


1 c. brown sugar 1/2 c. soy sauce 1/2 c. water 2 T. lemon juice 1 T. black pepper 1 lg green pepper, cut into approx 1″ pieces 1/2 medium onion, cut into approx 1″ pieces 2 stalks broccoli, cut into florets 1 small box Uncle Ben’s instant brown rice (will need water and butter to prepare) 4 salmon filets (your choice of size)

Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Whisk together first five ingredients to make the teriyaki sauce and set aside. Prepare rice according to package directions. Heat a large skillet over medium high heat.  Add 2 T. olive oil. Sear salmon fillets skin side down for approx 5 minutes until skin is crispy.  Remove from pan. Pour teriyaki sauce into pan and bring to a boil.  Replace fillets in pan, skin side up, and carefully remove the skin (should peel right off).  Cook for 8-10 minutes.  Turn and cook about another 5 minutes. Remove fillets and reduce sauce until thickened.

Meanwhile, place veggies in a bowl and microwave on high approx 3-4 minutes until crisp-tender.

Combine steamed vegetables with rice.  Place a mound on each dinner plate and top with a salmon fillet.  Drizzle with extra teriyaki sauce.

Now, I have a confession to make. I did not use the rice, I was jonesin for some lo-mein noodles, so I found an instant teriyaki lo-mein noodles and the sauce on that was actually very icky so I added the teriyaki sauce to the noodles and ate it with the salmon and it was fantastic!

I hope you LOVE it like I did!

Stats on the fish and sauce: 500 calories

12 g. Fat

That’s not including the side dish, but you can make your fish portion a little smaller too if you want to trim some calories, but DELICIOUS! Thank you Laura! This one’s a keeper FOR SURE!

Have a recipe you’d like featured? Send them to me at [email protected] and I might try yours and feature it!! Meantime, leave us some comments and tell us what you’ve tried during our recipe fest!

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