I saw anise hyssop at the farmers market and couldn’t resist it. I haven’t cooked with it before and it has a strong anise flavor. (I love all things anise. Yes, even licorice candy.) What more could I ask? Well, maybe I could ask for a way to use it…yeah, that would be nice. To be honest, it sat in my fridge for a week while I tried to think of ways to eat it. (Luckily it looked just as fresh on day 7 as on day 1.)
This is a really great, simple weeknight dinner. (And don’t just take my word for it, Deb over at Smitten Kitchen likes it as well.) I’m not saying it’s ground-breaking or mind-blowing, but it’s pretty close to the top of the “things to make for dinner in 15 min without resorting to pre-made” list. And some nights that’s just what you want.