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from NY, US 6 pieces of filet of salmon Marinade: 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup of favorite barbecue sauce 3/4 cup Jack Daniels 1/4 cup honey juice from one lemon juice from one orange untreated cedar plank ( cut into pieces , I like them cut into 13 to 15 inch pieces ) Buy the cedar plank at a lumber store ( usually I buy one long plank and have it cut into equal sections of either 13 to 15 inches long ) . Then, I'll have enough for several uses. One doesn't need to use Jack Daniels, but I love to cook with the stuff. For cedar planked salmon, one not need marinade the fish either and may use other seasonings for planked salmon such as coarse salt and coarse cracked pepper and Dijon mustard, slathered on prior to grilling. Mix marinade and place salmon in zip lock bag and marinade overnight or at least 4 to 6 hours. Soak plank covered in water for 5 or 6 hours. When ready to use, preheat your grill to 350F or medium high heat. Place the plank in the grill and heat each side for several minutes. Then oil ( I use spray oil ) the plank on the top side and remove salmon from the marinade, placing filets skin side down. Cover and grill about 20 minutes or until fish is done . You may flip over the salmon once if desired. The plank will smoke and if it catches fire have a spray bottle of water on hand to extinguish any fire. My plank normally doesn't burst into flames and is usually just charred on the bottom and so it cannot be reused. Remove salmon from plank and serve. I like to serve the salmon with rice pilaf or potatoes and a green vege such as roasted asparagus or steamed broccoli Yield 6 wonderful servings . Note: carefully remove used plank from grill and cool plank and discard appropriately

Jack Daniel's Cedar Plank Salmon


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from NY, US

6 pieces of
filet of salmon
Marinade:
2 cups
brown sugar
1 cup of favorite
barbecue
sauce
3/4 cup
Jack Daniels
1/4 cup
honey
juice from one
lemon
juice from one
orange
untreated
cedar plank ( cut into pieces , I like them cut into 13 to
15 inch pieces )

Buy the
cedar plank at a lumber store ( usually I buy one long plank and have it cut into equal sections of either 13 to 15 inches long ) . Then, I'll have enough for several uses. One doesn't need to use Jack Daniels, but I love to cook with the stuff. For cedar planked salmon, one not need marinade the fish either and may use other seasonings for planked salmon such as coarse salt and coarse cracked pepper and Dijon mustard, slathered on prior to grilling.

Mix
marinade and place salmon in zip lock bag and marinade overnight or at least 4 to 6 hours. Soak plank covered in water for 5 or 6 hours. When ready to use, preheat your grill to 350F or medium high heat. Place the plank in the grill and heat each side for several minutes. Then oil ( I use spray oil ) the plank on the top side and remove salmon from the marinade, placing filets skin side down. Cover and grill about 20 minutes or until fish is done . You may flip over the salmon once if desired. The plank will smoke and if it catches fire have a spray bottle of water on hand to extinguish any fire. My plank normally doesn't burst into flames and is usually just charred on the bottom and so it cannot be reused. Remove salmon from plank and serve. I like to serve the salmon with rice pilaf or potatoes and a green vege such as roasted asparagus or steamed broccoli

Yield 6 wonderful servings .

Note: carefully remove used plank from
grill and cool plank and discard appropriately



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