Baked catfish po boy sliders with spicy remoulade sauce

Baked catfish po boy sliders with spicy remoulade sauce
Baked catfish po boy sliders with spicy remoulade sauce (served with coleslaw)

For the past several weekends, I’ve been trying new recipes while we’ve been watching the NFL playoffs. This baked catfish recipe isn’t new to me, but I haven’t made it in several years. I made some changes to it yesterday and ended up with these delicious po boy sliders.

Catfish is traditionally used in po boy sandwiches, but I opted to use cod this time because it was on sale at the grocery store — either works great. I also made a quick remoulade sauce, which adds great flavor to the sliders. If you don’t like horseradish, you could add Dijon mustard to the sauce instead, although it won’t be the same.

I stayed with the Southern theme, and made oven-roasted garlic and rosemary sweet potatoes as a side. We also had coleslaw. It was a delicious meal — and the leftovers are waiting for us tomorrow night!

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Teriyaki salmon with grilled asparagus

Teriyaki salmon with grilled asparagus
Teriyaki salmon with grilled asparagus

Michael and I like to buy fresh salmon when it’s on sale at the grocery store, and this delicious teriyaki marinade has become one of our favorite ways to prepare it. The simple marinade relies on pantry staples like soy sauce and brown sugar, so we’re sure to have all the ingredients on hand. We also like that the marinade can be prepared in the morning, making dinner preparation quick and easy when we get home from work. While the original recipe calls for grilling the salmon, we’ve found that it’s easy to bake it in the oven instead.

When we made this recipe on Tuesday night, I served it with grilled asparagus, a fresh salad, and breadsticks. It’s a delicious and simple meal that would be great for any occasion!

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