Countdown to Summer Day 7

Today is our last day on the Countdown to Summer! Today Carol is making our Breaded Salmon with Spinach Salad and our Potato Squash Casserole. And we also have a special visitor to tell us how to make a delicious, healthy Applesauce Carrot Bread!

Salmon with Spinach Salad

For our salmon, you will need Dijon Mustard, whole wheat bread crumbs and pepper. Next you coat the salmon with a layer of the Dijon Mustard, and top with breadcrumbs and pepper.

You will cook the salmon for about 15 minutes or until the fish is flakes and is cooked all the way through. While the fish is cooking you will get out your ingredients to make the spinach salad. You will need baby spinach and sliced red onion, olive oil, lemon juice and black pepper.


Mix together all of the ingredients and toss it to coat the spinach and onion completely. Next, you will go ahead and plate the salad which will be a bed for the fish.

Finally, when the fish is cooked all the way through, place it on top of the spinach salad and you are ready to serve!

Potato Squash Casserole

The Potato Squash Casserole is also quite easy to make. You need a potato, zucchini, yellow squash, tomato, onion,and cheese. The potato, zucchini, yellow squash and tomato all need to be sliced and the onion needs to be chopped. Mix together the cheese and the chopped onion. Layer the potato, zucchini, yellow squash and tomato in any order but adding a layer of cheese in between each ingredient. Top with the last remaining bit of cheese and bake until vegetables are tender.

Applesauce Carrot Bread

Carol’s Applesauce Carrot Bread is so easy to make and is delicious! This quick recipe is on our Muffins, Breads, and Desserts Recipe Ring! Be sure to pick up your copies today!


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3 Responses to Countdown to Summer Day 7

  1. Keyasha says:

    thanks for the recipes! can’t wait to try them. i made a medely of acorn squash, yams, and regular potatoes, and it was delish. i cubed the yams and potatoes and boiled them. i boiled the halved squash in a covered dutch oven until tender. then i peeled + cubed the squash and tossed all three in olive oil and sprinkled some sea salt, pumpkin pie salt, and garlic powder and broiled it all for a few minutes! try it

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