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Any good salmon recipies out there??

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by csfbguy, Nov 1, 2004.

  1. csfbguy

    csfbguy Active Member

    Mar 25, 2004
    If so could you provide ingridients and cooking instructions??

  2. Kai

    Kai Senior member

    Aug 16, 2003
    Grill it on a cedar plank.

    Get a cedar plank (not from a building store, but from the bar-b-q section of a food store) and soak it in water.

    coat the salmon lightly with olive oil, then rub it with a mixture of: couple tablespoons of real maple syrup, a dash of chili powder, a teaspoon of soy sauce, and some pepper.

    Place the salmon on the soaked plank and put it on the grill. Turn it over once while grilling.

    Eat it, and be happy.
  3. Leo Jay

    Leo Jay Senior member

    Sep 28, 2004
    I used to use a sherry/mustard/honey marinade, but now I'm of the opinion that with salmon, less is more, so here's all I do now:

    Sprinkle with Herbamare seasoning. Broil for 5 minutes. Turn. Broil for 3 minutes. Done.

    Obviously, adjust times to taste.
  4. ken

    ken Senior member

    Jul 25, 2002
    1 part balsamic vinegar to 10-or-so parts decent olive oil and sprinkle in a little garlic and parsley. Marinade the salmon in it and put some fresh raw veggies (peppers and cucumbers work well) and fruit (lemons and orange, sliced into thin circles (remove the skin)) on top. Wrap it all up in wax paper and then in tin foil. Cook it on the grill or oven or whatever. It tastes pretty good, but it looks amazing: lots of color.
  5. Bradford

    Bradford Senior member

    Mar 19, 2002
    Lime & Cilantro Salmon - from Muscle and Fitness Magazine
    Protein plus healthy fat make salmon the ideal food for hard, lean bodies.

    Serves: Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 5-10 minutes

    Nutrition Score per serving:
    Calories 310 g Protein 43%
    g Fat 55% % Protein 30
    % Fat 19 g Fiber
    g Carbs 2% mg Sodium
    % Carbs 2 g Calcium


    1 tsp. garlic powder
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1 tsp. black pepper
    1 lb. salmon steaks or fillets
    1 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
    1/4 cup lime juice
    1/4 cup fresh cilantro
    1 tsp. Splenda or other sugar substitute


    Sprinkle garlic powder, salt and pepper on top of salmon steaks or fillets. In a small glass, mix olive oil, lime juice, cilantro and Splenda. Place salmon in a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat and cook 4-5 minutes. Turn, cover with cilantro mixture and cook another 4-5 minutes. Makes three servings. -- By Laura Creavalle

    It's quite good -

  6. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Senior member

    Aug 26, 2004
    Orange County, CA
    One quick and easy recipe, can be done with a BBQ or pan:


    Mix 3 oz teriyaki marinade, 1 tbsp sugar, 1/2 tsp salt, 1 oz Jack Daniels, and 1 tbsp corn starch.

    Spoon this entire mixture onto the salmon until it is completely coated. Let it sit for about 10 minutes.

    Heat up a non-stick saute pan at high heat for about 3-4 minutes, then drop in the fish. Let the salmon cook in the skillet until it is about 1/2 translucent, then turn the heat to a bit above medium. Once the fish is about 2/3 translucent, flip it over, and cook for about 2-3 more minutes, then it should be perfect.

    You can do the same thing with a BBQ but it will cook quite a bit faster than on a pan.
  7. kabert

    kabert Senior member

    Feb 23, 2004
    I'm with Kai on this one. My wife makes a salmon/cutthroat, etc. with a sauce that utilized plenty of maple syrup. As it's cooking the water in the syrup evaporates to some extent, so you're left with an incredible caramelly/smoky maple flavor.

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