Cedar Grilled Salmon
Add the hint of cedar to your salmon for tonight's dinner. This Cedar Grilled Salmon brings a hint of indigenous cooking that is found in the Pacific Northwest
Main Dish, Seafood
Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS
Food Grade Cedar Plank
Slices of Lemon
in water for at least 1-2 hours.
Preheat grill to 400°.
Place cedar plank on grill for 10 minutes to preheat the wood.
As the cedar plank is preheating, start to prepare the salmon fillet. You will be cooking with the skin-side down. Squeeze one slice of lemon over the top of the salmon.
Add the salt, pepper, rosemary, and garlic powder to the salmon.
Lay the other 2 slices of lemon on the top of the salmon.
Flip the cedar plank so the top is now the bottom piece closest to the flames of the grill.
Set the prepared salmon fillet, skin-side down, onto the cedar plank.
Keep the lid closed on the grill. The salmon should be fully cooked in about 15 minutes.
Once fully cooked, combine it with a nice side dish such as roasted asparagus and enjoy!
This recipe goes really well with
Paleo Roasted Asparagus
as a side dish!