Grilled Salmon (on a cedar plank)

I love my friend’s recipe.

i ❤ Heart Healthy Food

Grilling fish on wood is not new — but it was new to me. After doing it, I can say without crossing my fingers behind my back that it’s my favorite way to eat grilled fish. Why? It’s smoky and full of flavor. You don’t risk the fish sticking to the grill because it’s on a plank. I cooked the salmon medium-well and didn’t complain it was dry–I was surprised by juicy it was!

Cooking note: The cook time of your fish will vary highly based on the temperature of your grill, whether it’s gas/charcoal, and the thickness of your fish. The times I provide are based on a medium charcoal heat with salmon filets about 3/4 inch thick.

Josh


GRILLED SALMON (on a cedar plank)

serves 2

Ingredients:

  • 2, cedar planks for grilling (most grocery stores sell these right by the fish)
  • 2, 6-7oz salmon filets
  • 1 lemon (half sliced; half in…

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