Not a specific recipe, but - my Mom over-salts EVERYTHING. She shakes salt on takeout pizza, cantalope, watermelon, sliced raw tomatoes, and of course, cooked food. When she cooks, she puts LOTS of salt in her food( as well as tons of margarine), then at the table, she re-salts her own!
That would be fine if she just kept the zealous salting to herself. But she doesn't - or cannot, it seems.
DH, DD, and I were visiting my parents (we don't live in the same town). Mom made breakfast for all of us, eggs, fried individually, hash browns and biscuits (This was back before I was vegan). Both DH and I, knowing how she is with the salt - she practically pours it on her eggs - asked her to not put salt on our fried eggs. She said ok. Well, when we tasted the eggs, they were obviously salted - a lot! I decided to let it slide, but DH was unhappy about it and didn't like the eggs at all. So, a couple mornings later, she made eggs again. I reminded her to please leave off the salt on DH's egg and just salt mine a teensy bit. Again, the eggs were very salty. "Mom, you put salt on our eggs!" She replied, "Oh, I know you asked me not to, but you NEED a little salt on eggs." !!! I can see if it had, indeed, been just a little, but they were too salty! And DH had asked for no salt at all!! Sigh.
Of course, now I'm vegan, so I don't have to worry about it - now she just puts too much syrup and margarine in my oatmeal!
I cringe watching her cook stuff, but I tell myself the situation is temporary, so grin and bear it. However, it really irritates me, too, that she just cannot abide by our wishes to not put salt and margarine on our (individually prepared) food!! And no, my taking over the cooking is not possible, she'd be offended if we didn't let her cook for us!!
To her credit, she does make all-vegan meals when I visit, and I do appreciate that.