As I continue to cook with alternatives to using anything not wheat, tapioca or corn-based and also not eating any rice or pasta, I saw on the food network site that someone utilized hashbrowns. That caught my attention and I decided to see if I can come up with something utilizing that.
Please note: I very rarely eat regular potatoes (although, I do eat sweet potatoes), typically during the holidays or just a handful times during the year.
So, I started with baking salmon in the oven. Meanwhile, creating hashbrown with diced garlic and olive oil which I then cooked in pan until I got it crisp.
I then created my vegetable mix with roasted red bell peppers, green bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, sundried tomatoes and green olives. Added fresh parsley. Vegetables were diced.
As the salmon was done baking, I then got a glass baking tray which I then layered the crisp hashbrown/garlic for the bottom which I drizzled with extra virgin olive oil for the bottom layer. I then put the vegetable mix as the second layer.
I put the baked salmon on top and broiled it all in the oven on high for 10 minutes.
It was absolutely delicious! And the hashbrown/garlic actually worked very well with the combination of the salmon and the vegetables.