Glazed; Sweet and Sour Baked Alaskan Salmon

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Here’s a baked salmon recipe that’s very tasty. My family loved it.

Ingredients:

3 pounds fresh Alaskan Salmon

4 tablespoons peanut oil

2 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

1 onion finely chopped

1 tablespoon onion powder

3 tablespoons brown sugar

2 garlic cloves, finely chopped

1 and ½ teaspoon ginger

1 teaspoon red pepper flakes

1 teaspoon sesame seeds

Procedure:

In a mixing bowl, mix all the ingredients together except, only use one tablespoon of brown sugar. Save two tablespoons for the top—later. Put the topping in the fridge for later.

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Spray your baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray. For heart healthy cooking, I use extra-virgin olive oil non-stick.

Remove the salmon from the deli wrapping and scrap off all scales; then rinse thoroughly with cold tap water. Cut into desired fillets and place onto prepared baking sheet—skin side down.

Remove the topping from fridge and spoon on top of fillets; coat evenly. Next use the 2 tablespoons of brown sugar that are remaining to sprinkle over the topping; this is the glaze.

Glazed; Sweet and Sour Baked Alaskan Salmon

Glazed; Sweet and Sour Baked Alaskan Salmon

Bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. Remove from oven and carefully pour off the juice. Be careful—the salmon will easily slide off the baking sheet.

If you like your fish a little more crispy like we do, put it back in the oven and bake for 5 minutes at 400 degrees. If not, keep the temp at 350 degrees for 5 more minutes of baking; your choice.

Total baking time is 15 minutes.

This Salmon has a sweet and sour taste that adds to the flavor of the fish. If you like trying new fish recipes this is a good one to try; It’s delicious.

Check out my Maxx Zeqster blog at: https://detectivemaxxzeqsterscreepycrawlyamazingadventures.wordpress.com/ .

Thanks for stopping by. I’m J. A. Ireland.

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Next Novel Giveaway Day Coming Soon

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Dear SciFi fans,

I’d like to begin by thanking everyone who tunes in to my blogs; whether this one or my other at; https://detectivemaxxzeqsterscreepycrawlyamazingadventures.wordpress.com/. I’d also like to thank everyone who has read one or all of my books; I hope you’ve enjoyed them.

It has been a joy to create Maxx Zeqster and Sesla…The Enchanted Planet, and a pleasure to write my Maxx Zeqster Creepy Cases series.

It is an honor to have occasional novel giveaway days when I offer free downloads of my books. Soon, I’ll offer The Dunjyn Asylum Escape for a day of free downloads. Stay tuned to my blogs for the exact day.

The Dunjyn Asylum Escape

The Dunjyn Asylum Escape on Kindle

Here’s an excerpt from my book; Rydon Nekuma, the sailor and Pirtt-Coterie is ill and has admitted himself into the hospital at Tos-Xiron—the sea village on Sesla.

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Morning; Thirteen Days Ago

Dr. Zewio entered Rydon Nekuma’s room. “How are you feeling?” he asked as he reviewed the charts.

Rydon painfully replied from his hospital bed, “A little better. Last night was scary. I don’t know what’s wrong with me.”

Dr. Zewio replied, “Your fever was very high last night. It is lower today. How is your rash? Let me have a look.” He rolled back Rydon’s blanket. “Your rash is a little better. It isn’t as red as was reported last night. It seems to cover both of your hands, arms, and much of your torso.” He paused to check the charts again. “How did you acquire doxer fever?” he asked.

Rydon was shocked as he stated, “That’s impossible! I don’t have doxer fever.” Suddenly he remembered the storm. “While being distracted by a storm and my financial concerns, I unloaded the fish and doxers from my boat without my gloves. The doxer’s ridged dorsal fins stabbed me several times on both of my hands. I didn’t even notice. I was so distracted,” he said as a panic began. He looked at Dr. Zewio with horror. “Am I going to mutate?” he asked as he trembled.

Dr. Zewio replied, “At this point, I couldn’t say. Doxer fever is a little different for each patient. When did you encounter the doxers?”

Rydon replied as he trembled from fear, “Maybe two weeks ago. I’m not really sure.”

Dr. Zewio was surprised as he replied, “Usually the doxer’s venom reacts much faster than that. With many victims, it’s instantaneous. Your symptoms are developing much slower than usual.”

Rydon replied as he trembled, “I had a small case of doxer fever once before. I only got a small rash. It was nothing.”

“That could explain it. You might have some resistance to the doxer’s venom,” he said with hope.

Rydon looked hopeful as well. “Do you think that will help? Do you think that will stop me from mutating?” he asked as he trembled.

Dr. Zewio responded, “Only time will tell. For now, I’m going to keep you one more day and continue with the medications that I have you on. Your symptoms should go into remission, at least for a while. Again, only time will tell.”

Terror gripped him as he said, “You mean, I’m going to be sick again?”

Dr. Zewio replied, “I’m afraid that’s the nature of doxer fever. The symptoms seem to repeat. We will get you feeling better and send you home.” He quickly exited the room.

Instantly, he recalled Lyndi’s doxer fever. He thought, “Her condition has slowly progressed to the point that she is in Dunjyn Asylum.” He was horrified. He began to imagine and fear the horrific possibilities of his mutations…

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What kind of situation is Rydon in? What is doxer fever? Just how disgusting is a doxer fever asylum? Read my books and see.

My giveaway is in a few days. Stay tuned to my blogs and twitter for the exact day. Thanks for tuning in. J. A. Ireland.

Maxx Zeqster – The Scholar

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Hi everyone from the Milky Way Galaxy. I’m J.A. Ireland,

As I sit at my desk and gaze upon beautiful, downtown Kinkorx, I’m mentally revisiting my college days. Of course I’m recalling my graduating class valedictorian – Maxx Zeqster.

Maxx's Graduation Cap and Diploma From University of Kinkorx

Maxx’s Graduation Cap and Diploma From University of Kinkorx

Along with me, Maxx graduated from the University of  Kinkorx. He attended the Law Enforcement Campus where he earned a degree in Criminal Justice.  He not only received his diploma a year ahead of schedule, he was our class valedictorian.

I talked to Maxx during yesterday’s The Plaxqon Society luncheon. That’s an exclusive group of elite business owners in the desert.  As always, Maxx appeared confident and sharp.  He towers over everyone and his features are alluring. I thought he looked good in the past. I’ve never seen him more fit.

He said the Zeqster-Nekuma Detective Agency is receiving notoriety from all over Sesla. I know this to be true. I read about Maxx and Art Nekuma almost daily in the newspapers. They take on cases that no one else will accept. Their reputation is global.

If I was as large as Maxx Zeqster, and as smart, and had Art Nekuma working with me, I wouldn’t be afraid of anything—either. Some coteries are naturally gifted.

I need to get back to work.  The Plaxqon Society luncheon put me a bit behind in my writing. While I was reminiscing about my friend, Maxx Zeqster, I thought I would tell you about him—briefly.

May good fortune guide your path,

J.A. Ireland