By MizzNezz on June 05, 2002
Photo by Thorsten
Photo by Thorsten
"For the grill, or can be broiled."
Serving Size: 1 (249 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Having lemon in the name of the recipe really threw me as there are only slices put on during the last bit of grilling. IT WAS FANTASTIC!!!!!! The only changes I made was to marinate the salmon for 2 hours, and then boiled the remainder to baste on the grill. With the 10 minutes per inch of fish cooking time, I added the lemon and onion when I flipped it at 5 minutes, basted with a little more marinade and my hubby and I found each other doing nothing but eating and yumming throughout dinner. Some pineapple rice and fresh green beans finished off a very satisifying meal."
"We love this recipe! It was not real sweet...as you might think. It was just perfect. We will be keeping this recipe!!!"
"WONDERFUL! I used salmon steaks instead of fillets, which is all I had. I marinated the fish for two hours bacause I knew that I would not be home in time. I placed the lemon on after the last flip, (wasn't sure if that would add enough lemon taste), it was perfect! You could still taste the lemon. My son thought that it was great. At nineteen he is hard to please. I served it with potatoes, oranges and salad. It was a fantastic meal!"
"We had fabulous salmon based on this recipe. We always grill our salmon filets with the skin on and skin down. Halfway through the cooking, we turn the salmon, leaving the skin on the grill and flip the filet back onto the skin. This way there is no burned flavour. We have barbequed a lot of salmon over the years, and we have found this the best way, for us, to do it. The marinade was fabulous. Since we only put the lemon and onion on in the second half of cooking, they really didn't get cooked or add to the flavour. Next time, I will try to add the lemon and onion flavour to the marinade or, in another way, add their flavours to the salmon. However, even with out their flavours, the salmon was absolutely delicious! I used fresh garlic and dried dill because that is what I had. MizzNezz, I will continue to work with this recipe, but I think it will be our new greatest way to grill salmon! Thank you!"
"Freakin fantastic. My husband doesn't really like salmon, but after eating this he said, "I would serve that to people. It is good.""
"Very good recipe. I didn't have time to marinade, so I just used the dry spices, drizzled on some olive oil, and covered it with the lemon. Wrapped that in foil and stuck it on the bbq (mine is charcoal) over indirect heat, and it was great in 15 minutes. My husband loved the spice combo. Thanks!"
"Absolutely wonderful! My supermarket didn't have fresh dill so I substituted dried and I found out that I didn't have garlic powder on hand so I used fresh minced garlic. I also got a late start with dinner so I only marinated for 1/2 hour. I chose to convection broil and also spooned over a lot of the sauce on top of the salmon before doing so. I laid the lemons on top but I did however, omit the added onion. I thought the chopped green onion added the perfect amount of onion. This will definitely be my salmon recipe of choice from now on!!"
"Turned out excellent..a definite keeper!!"
"I followed the recipe except for the onions (my dh can't eat them) and it turned out wonderful. Will certainly be making this again. Thanks for a wonderful addition to my collection."
"Grilled this last night exactly as written .... absolutely delicious! One of best recipes I have had for grilled salmon, if not the best. Flavors all blended together wonderfully! Thank you for sharing!!"
"It is true! This is the best Salmon! And my nonsalmon loving husband said those exact words and I laughed. Had no time for marinating, so just put all the ingredients in a ziplock bag while the grill heated up. I then put it all in Pam sprayed tinfoil w onions and lemons and cooked it on indirect heat at 350 for 30 minutes for the two lbs of salmon."
"This was a delicious salmon recipe. I chose to use fresh dill, which I'm glad I did because it really complimented the dish. I ended up marinating a fresh chinook salmon overnight in a ziploc bag and simply turned it over once in awhile. I baked it at 350 for around 15 minutes on a cookie sheet covered with tinfoil. Super easy and very delicious. My DH who doesn't like salmon that much is now inspired to eat it weekly because of this recipe."
"Great salmon. I made half a recipe and cooked in a pan as it is still raining. Served with Recipe #137204."
"This is a wonderful recipe especially the marinade I cut this down for two and made everything as listed and we had an outstanding dinner.Thanks very much and it will be repeated again and again :)"
"I can't believe I forgot to review this recipe. What a good recipe, especially the marinade. Salmon is one of my favorite grill dinners. I put the salmon on either aluminum foil or a soaked cedar plank to make grill clean-up easier."
"I have been making salmon this way for years. My husband requests it almost every week! When (if) I have leftovers, I shred the salmon and mix it with cream cheese to put on a bagel. Yum!"
"This recipe is very easy. I used dried dill and marinated the salmon in the fridge for a few hours. I served it with garlic rice pilaf and sauteed spinach. Thank you for posting."
"This is our go-to recipe for salmon and many of those I've made it for make it theirs too. I don't put lemon slices on it--I put the actual squeezed juice on it and sometimes make some more available on the side. I omit the onion slices too but use the green onions and puree them into the sauce. I cook it in the oven, skin side up, for around 10-20 minutes at 350. Great!"
"This is very good! I made it this summer for my sister and her family and they all loved it. Even the kids! Thanks for sharing!"