This is the exact recipe that Lone Star uses. The only difference is that they marinade for three days. YUMMY! Thanks.
This was AWESOME! I grilled this on a cedar plank for about 25 minutes, and it was theeee best salmon I've ever had! The family also gobbled this up, no complaints. Great recipe!
I made this last week with Copper River salmon. At first I was concerned with the amount of oil called for because salmon is quite oily naturally but it worked out fine. I may never prepare salmon any other way again...it was that delicious! It's just the perfect light accent to the freshness of the fish...thanks for a fabulous recipe!
This was WONDERFUL!!! I've never had Salmon, and my husband found this recipe & tried it....I couldn't stop taking "just one more bite"! We will definitely be making this again & again! Thank you!
I scaled this down for one and it came out very nicely! I served with corn on the cob and fresh sliced ripe tomatoes. Thanks!
I took the advice of Girl Friday and increased the bourbon quite a bit. I really wanted that flavor to come through. It turned out great, slightly carmelized on the outside, tender and delicious on the inside. This is a great marinade for fish, but would also be good for chicken or pork. Served with balsamic asparagus, cinnamon-butter yeast rolls, and roasted herb potatoes. Yum!
Wonderful marinade. I used my sealing machine to marinade in 10+ minutes. My son and I both loved it -- and I generally do not eat fish. I had about 1.6lbs of salmon cut into 4 filets. The recipe here was sufficient for that. I pan cooked for 8 minutes on each side starting with skin side down. I still spooned some marinade over the filets and covered while they cooked.
This was good, but with all of the other strong flavors, I couldn't taste any bourbon at all. I think next time I will increase the amount of bourbon in the recipe.
absolutely delicious. A big hit and easy to make.
I really love salmon and I\\\'m always looking for new ways to make it. The salmon has a much better flavor if you marinade for SEVERAL hours or overnight.