As the temperature rises, and summer is just about here, it is time to start the grill season! Cause who wants to cook in the hot kitchen, when the sun is out, and grass is green?!
There's so many different ways and things that can be grilled, and during this summer, I am going to give some ideas for side dishes, that are great to pair with different proteins on the grill.
I love the parsley roots cooked with lemon, rosemary, and the air dried ham. The flavors are strong, they complimented the salmon greatly, but surely can be paired with other fish or meats as well. There's a little preparation beforehand, but trust me, it is worth it..
Now, if you don't have the opportunity to use a grill, these parsley roots can be finished in the oven as well. Hate rosemary? Try some other herbs, like thyme.
I served the parsley roots with chili marinated salmon, dill-mustard sauce, and lemonade with frozen strawberries in place of an ice cube. I hope you enjoy it
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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