I love eating well. But there’s one thing that I love more than eating well: Easy cooking!
B goes out of town for business every now and then, and when I’m alone, don’t want to cook something complicated just for me. Guess what I’m having tonight? This dish!
I like tilapia. It’s one of those go-to fish that doesn’t have a fishy taste or smell, and defrosts completely under running water in 2 minutes. Easy and delicious.
That’s it. Really. And it’s delicious!
Goya Adobo powder is an all-seasoning powder I grew up seeing in my family’s kitchen. It is a blend of garlic, turmeric, salt, and oregano. You can purchase it with or without black pepper in the Hispanic/Asian aisle of your local supermarket. It is not to be confused with Filipino Adobo (which is also delicious), but it is rather a staple in the kitchens of Caribbean immigrants.
I recommend Mexican oregano as opposed to Italian oregano. Mexican oregano is more fragrant and more flavorful, but Italian oregano will do in a pinch. Italian oregano is what McCormick and other popular companies package. Look for Mexican oregano in the Hispanic/Ethnic aisle of your supermarket.