Recipes — salmon

Teriyaki Glazed Salmon

Teriyaki Glazed Salmon

This one is quick, easy, and very tasty. Tip – If you don’t want to make your own teriyaki sauce, store bought will work just as well. If you do make your own, try to make it in advance so it is completely chilled. Serves - 4Total time - 30 mins Ingredients Cedar Plank 4 6-8 oz. Salmon portions 1 Pineapple, peeled, cored, and sliced 1” thick A selection of fresh chilis For the Teriyaki Sauce ½ cup Soy Sauce ½  cup Water ½ cup Pineapple Juice 1” fresh Ginger, crushed ¼ cup Brown Sugar For the Rice 2 cups...

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Matt Curmi

Cedar Wrapped Salmon with Citrus Salad

Cedar Wrapped Salmon with Citrus Salad

This recipe makes a quick, easy balanced meal with very little clean up. Serves – 4 Total Time – 30 minutes Tip – Keep this quick salad dressing handy in the fridge for next time. Ingredients Cedar Grilling Wraps 4 5-7oz pieces of Salmon 2 Tbsp. Honey Salt For the Salad Lettuce or Spring Mix 2 Grapefruits 2 Oranges ½ cup dried Berries, like cranberries ½ cup slivered Almonds half Cucumber diced For the Dressing 1 Tbsp. Dijon Mustard ⅔cup Olive Oil ⅓cup Vinegar of choice Method Preheat a grill or oven to 450˚ F, soak the wraps in water...

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Rose Olson

Cedar Planked Salmon with Lemon & Dill

Cedar Planked Salmon with Lemon & Dill

Lemon, dill, salmon, and cedar are absolutely perfect in combination with one another.  Cook Time: 20 minutes Serves: 4 Chef's Tip: While dill is a classic flavor pairing, any fresh herbs you have on hand will taste divine.Ingredients: Cedar Grilling Plank 4 (6 oz) Salmon Fillets 1 Lemon, sliced thin 1 bunch Dill, divided Salt and Pepper Directions: Soak the Cedar plank in hot water for 15 minutes. Preheat oven or grill to 350°F. Slice salmon into 4 portions. Arrange salmon on plank, skin side down. Season with salt & pepper, sprinkle half the dill over the fillets, and top with sliced lemon.  Place planked salmon...

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Matt Curmi

Maple Smoked Candied Salmon

Maple Smoked Candied Salmon

This recipe takes very little effort but does take time. If you are patient, the results are well worth the wait. You can use any quantity of salmon so long as you have enough maple syrup to brush on. Serves – varies Total Time with Brine – 24 hours Tip – Gradually increasing the smoker temp will help the sugars caramelize which makes for great color and maple coating. You will need a half cup of sugar and salt per gallon of brine water.   Ingredients Maple Smoking Chips Salmon Filets, pin boned Brown Sugar Kosher Salt Maple Syrup Method...

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