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mish 03-03-2007 10:58 AM

Wild About Salmon
Another cooking/recipe contest:


Constance 03-11-2007 06:30 PM

I looked this contest over with interest, because I think my husband cooks the best salmon ever. But I'm afraid our method is just too simple and straight-forward to win any kind of contest.

Scotch 03-11-2007 06:46 PM

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Here are a couple of my favorites for salmon.

Salmon is a great fish for strong flavors such as in these recipes, but it's equally good simply rubbed with olive oil, sprinkled liberally with crushed back pepper and a little salt, grilled, and served with lemon wedges.

One very important point with salmon, or with any fish for that matter, is not to overcook it. Cooked properly, salmon should be dark pink in the center, not evenly light pink throughout. Overcooking dries it our and gives salmon a weird texture.

rob464 03-18-2007 11:58 AM

I cook my salmon on my jenair and it is wonderful. I sprinkle lemon pepper on it and bush on lemon juice as it is grilling. If the fillet still has the scales on one side, grill the scale side first and after turning you can peel the scales off and put the lemon pepper on that side and then bursh the lemon jucice on that side.

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