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Onion Foccacia with Smoked Salmon

July 9, 2009

I just realized how many chicken recipes there are posted on this blog. I swear we eat more variety of produce, but frankly, chicken is cheap, healthy, quick and damn tasty if you season it right. I would love to eat flank steak, lamb chops and lobster tails every day if I could, but those are not budget friendly on my wallet unfortunately. Actually, I recently hit up my local Ralphs and saw a bunch of beef round, chuck and sirloin for cheap! Don’t be afraid to pick up those “Manager’s Special” deals at your market. It doesn’t mean they’re bad or else they wouldn’t be allowed to sell it, but you should use them up quickly. I scored a few packages of sirloin for less than $5, what a steal! You can always freeze meats if you aren’t sure when you’re going to use them. Freezing meat is better than letting the meat go to waste. Anyways, that’s my spiel on eating budget friendly. Many people relate the word ‘healthy’ with Whole foods or organics and immediately think expensive, but really, it’s all about shopping around for the best deal and lots of local supermarkets these days stock fresh lean meat and produce. Whole Foods is defintely not friendly on my wallet, thus, I “try” to only go there once a month (ha!) for “specialty items”. Whatever that means, it’s really an excuse for me to go there and raid their salad bar and wander around the huge store for hours wishing I had all the money in the world to buy the store. But really, who needs raw goat cheese for $7/pack?

Onion Foccacia with Smoked Salmon

Serves 1

1 cup Heart Healthy Bisquick mix

1/2 cup water

1/2 cup chopped onion

1 Laughing Cow cheese wedge

3 ounce smoked calmon

capers (optional)

dill (optional)


1. Chop onions and saute them in a lightly oiled pan until caramelized

2. Mix Bisquick and water together to form a doughy texture. Transfer onion mixture to dough and mix well.

3. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees and lightly spray a baking sheet with cooking spray and place dough mixture on top, flattening it out and forming a round pizza-like shape.

4. Cook for 15 minutes until top becomes golden brown

5. Spread 1 wedge of Laughing cow cheese on bread and place cut up salmon on top. Serve with capers or dill


Even B ate it! This is probably just as crazy as the time he tried calamari

Even B ate it! This is probably just as crazy as the time he tried calamari

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