8 Reviews

Delicious. Make sure to cut down the cook time if working on a propane grill.

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kween_bee3 July 27, 2013

Made it for supper club... two planks, one with thyme, and the other with Dill. Best salmon I've ever made. Thyme seems to have been the favorite. Thank you for a great recipe.

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Susan D in Indianapolis, IN March 31, 2010

First time with the cedar plank. Delicious! DH did the brown sugar, and I did maple syrup and a dash of dill.

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yogiclarebear April 12, 2009

So Simple yet so fantastic! Loved it, will make again. thank you

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peggy 3062 August 15, 2008

I made this tonight for me and my boyfriend and we both ate it so quickly! We were sad we didn't buy more salmon, it was so delicious. The only thing I changed was I used cajun seasoning instead of salt and pepper. Also under one of the pieces of salmon i experimented by putting a thinly sliced key lime under it. It was good and limey, but the one without lime was deilicous without it already it.

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thestickyskunk March 29, 2008

This was my First time cooking on a cedar plank. I made a great choice with this recipe. It was simply wonderful! The brown sugar made it so yummy we didn't even need to add any seasonings and it was so easy. I'll be making this dish again & again.

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Ursie June 25, 2007

In my opinion, simple works best with seafood and that is no exception with this recipe. So simple yet incredibly flavorful and delicious! We followed the recipe exactly and enjoyed a wonderful meal. Thanks for sharing this!

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Dine & Dish April 06, 2007

This is a superb way to cook salmon and well worth the one extra step of finding a board and soaking it. We use alder most of the time and skip the brown sugar. Thanks, Akikobay.

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sugarpea July 10, 2004
Easy Cedar-plank Salmon