Celleste is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, actress, model, and co-founder of Mighty Music.  Her debut album Ready to Fly has garnered praise from fans and critics.  Celleste is also a supporter of anti-hunger causes and kindly shared her tasty recipes.



- 2 potatoes
- 4 tablespoons of Hot Dijon Mustard
- 2 tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 2 tablespoons of hot water
- 1 teaspoon of Oregano (or to taste)

- 2 Fresh Salmon Fillets (with NO skin)
- Brown Sugar
- Old Style Mustard (the kind with the mustard seeds in it)

1- Hot Mustard Potatoes:

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Slice your potatoes in half, then slice them again to have 4 long pieces (Greek style wedges). In a bowl, mix the hot mustard, the extra virgin oil, hot water and oregano to form a light paste.
On a baking pan (covered with Aluminum Foil or with Non-Stick Cooking Spray), pour the mustard sauce on top of the potatoes and on the pan. Bake for 45 min to an hour (depending on how well-done you want your potatoes). Turn the potatoes over once after 25-30 minutes and make sure to spread the left over mustard sauce from the pan onto the potatoes :)
While your potatoes are baking, prepare the salmon.

2- Brown Sugar Salmon Fillets:

On a baking pan (covered with Aluminum Foil or with Non-Stick Cooking Spray), generously coat your pieces of salmon with old style mustard (the top and sides), then sprinkle a thin coat of brown sugar over the top (and dab onto the sides as well). Bake in the oven also at 425 for around 15 minutes (depending on how you like your salmon cooked).
For a low-sugar alternative, you can also use "Splenda" brand brown sugar, which cuts the sugar in half.

This recipe is so easy…it's a really tasty, low fat and healthy meal :)
Serves 2 people.


Thanks to Celleste for sharing her recipes.  If you enjoy her recipes, please volunteer your time and contribute to your local food pantry.