Sunday, December 2, 2012

Salmon Fillets

Since it is so warm here in Chicago right now (not liking it much), why not use the grill.  Cold weather doesn't usually stop us from grilling or frying outside.  Gotta eat right?

I had a cedar grill plank in the cabinet and some salmon in the freezer.

Wet the plank and set it on top of a fairly long piece of aluminum foil.  Place the fillets on top of the plank.  Generously season with salt and pepper.  Shake on a little garlic and just a whisper of ginger.

In a little bowl, mix together 1 teaspoon agave nectar, 1/2 teaspoon Bragg's Liquid Aminos or soy sauce. Pour over the seasoned fillets.  Close the foil around the top sealing well.  Next, seal the sides well too.  Just push them down and pinch the foil onto itself.

Place on the heated grill, close lid and cook for about 15 minutes.  We have a gas grill handy all year round and that is what I'm using today.  You could cook this in the oven as well.

Making some baby Yukon golds in the oven to go with the fish for the boys and to go with some carrots for me!





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