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    Today's Catch: Salmon

    [Cover photo by PaulaG.] Salmon is my favorite entree! See recipes for canned salmon in my cookbook Fish in a Can . See other kinds of fish in my companion Today's Catch cookbooks.
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    I made this up being hungry for salmon but not wanting to do the familiar teriyaki routine. The results were delicious and also used up some hot peppers that were ready on my plants. And you can't believe how quick and easy this is to prepare! The hardest part is steaming the rice!

    Recipe #87877

    The biggest challenge in preparation of this recipe is ensuring the braiding stays intact. Once braiding is complete and liquids poured and brushed generously over the fillets, transferring to a backing sheet, is quite simple; chilling overnight is essential. I love this recipe because of its unique flavour. Although originally developed for the barbeque, it can be successfully baked in your oven. This recipe was handed to me in preparation for a wedding reception in B.C. (August/2004); I had to adjust the ingredients, of course, to serve 150 people. Preparation was a fun exercise; the prepared salmon was cooked on a 5 ft. length, 2" X 10", water-soaked, cedar plank and placed on a large, propane-fired grill. The end result was a perfectly seasoned, delightfully flavoured, lightly smoked salmon that had the wedding guests returning to the buffet table, repeatedly, until all 24 salmon fillets had been devoured. When purchasing your salmon, have the fish-monger filet the fish, remove the skin and pin bones.... When you have purchased your cedar plank, soak the plank in cold water, overnight. Place the plank in a container of water, with a rock or brick on the plank to keep it submerged. Soaking the plank will keep it from burning during the cooking process. Not soaking it gives the salmon a stronger, smoky taste. Remember, this is not only a recipe, it is also a cooking lesson, so have patience and you will be pleased with the results. Follow the Instructions carefully, and you cannot fail. It is a wonderful recipe, the end result will amaze you and your guests praise you.

    Recipe #102771

    My passion is to master the art of cooking sea food. I read about sea life and try to develop recipes worthy of the richness of inhabitants of the seas. This particular recipe is a supermarket "freebie" from the seafood department, generously provided by Heritage Salmon. Serve with new, baby red potatoes, asparagus spears and a salad of mixed greens.

    Recipe #100382

    36 Reviews |  By Kimke

    I don't remember where I got this recipe but it is totally sinful! We eat ALOT of salmon and I am always looking for new ways to prepare it. This is really different and has a very rich taste. It would be an appropriate dish for a special night or dinner party but is easy enough for a work night.

    Recipe #31567

    Easy and quick way to fix a lovely salmon dinner! Serve with rucola salad and potato wedges.

    Recipe #98399

    One of my favorite things to eat is a beautiful piece of salmon, simply prepared allowing the fish to shine on it's own. This is just such a recipe.

    Recipe #102457

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Easy, light, yummy!

    Recipe #38538

    14 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I made this recipe and from then on everyone asks for it! This is one of those recipes that comes from another site and I made a few adjustments. It is easy, quick and good for you.

    Recipe #88931

    Another great fish recipe based on one from the Low Fat Living Cookbook. The original recipe called for wrapping the salmon fillets in phyllo dough, for everyday meals I just use foil. (I always have a package of frozen mixed mushrooms from Trader Joe's on hand, so if I want to make this and don't have fresh mushrooms, the frozen ones work just as well). Sprinkling the spinach with some rice vinegar after baking makes this taste like the sautéed spinach and garlic served at P.F. Chang's.

    Recipe #105266

    5 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Can also cook the salmon over the grill.

    Recipe #35572

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