Just to recap for anyone who hasn't seen this before..."Dinner Surprise" is whatever the heck I come up with based on the ingredients in my fridge. We rarely plan a whole meal when we shop and it's decided when we walk in the kitchen every night. Usually, it's just a series of proteins and vegetables we come home with.
Had some good-looking swordfish as a start, tonight. I figured I could pair it with Stew's potato salad.
I made a mango salsa to go with the swordfish. It was great.
1/2 tomato (cored)
good slice of red onion
Chop it all up and put in a bowl. Add fresh lime juice and some salt. Stir and refrigerate. Mmm.
Vegetable. Needed a vegetable. Yellow and green squash in the fridge. Cut one of each up in long slices. Buttered a small casserole dish.
Melted some butter (2 tbsp?). Took it off the heat. Stirred in sour cream, about 3 tbsp, about 2 tbsp of grated pecorino romano, and a couple good shakes of seasoned breadcrumbs. Made it a little thinner with some milk. Threw the squash in the pot, stirred it all up, put it in the casserole. Baked it at 350 for, oh, I don't know. Until it was done.
(Of course I forgot to take a picture until we had eaten most of it. But you get the idea.)
We bagged the potato salad. Totally unnecessary.
What did you have for dinner?