What to Eat When You Are SO BORED with Everything You Cook
Anyone who's tried to get a kid to eat broccoli knows that some sort of dipping sauce (hummus, ranch dressing, melted cheese) is a can't-miss way to make potentially dull foods exciting. Rosenstrach applies the principle to salmon, whipping up a ridiculously simple yet restaurant-worthy sriracha mayo to accompany salmon that's been cooked in an olive-oil-lemon-juice-honey glaze. The fish is delicious on its own, with a sweetness reminiscent of teriyaki but none of the salty soy flavor. With the spiced mayo (which gets an additional kick from chopped, fresh chives), though, it's out of this world.
Get the recipe: Roasted Salmon and Asparagus with Spicy Mayo and Chives