• fresh rosemary from our garden

wild salmon grilled on a cedar plank

Newer Older

Woodley’s Salmon Herb Marinade

3 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
1 Tbsp. fresh thyme, chopped
1 Tbsp. fresh oregano, chopped (sprigs, too)
Sprigs of rosemary – have to use them if they are in your garden
¼ cup dry white whine
juice from 2-3 limes / or slices
2 Tbsp fresh parsley. Chopped
1 ~15-inch alder or cedar grilling plank
4 6-8 ounce fillets but can support what will fit on your plank

Soak the planks overnight if you get your act together. Even an hour should be fine. Get the grill heated to about 400 degreed. Put the planks out there for about 3 minutes and flip them over for 3 more. They will be producing some smoke which will be a welcome memory should you have transitioned recently from charcoal/wood to gas. Put the salmon right on the planks and cook about 10 minutes. One of the best fish I’ve ever tasted from the grill!

lcj11768, Lumy2006, splitpeazoup, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. perago89 [deleted] 82 months ago | reply

    these must be so yummy!
    IF YOU LIKE VISIT THE ****4 star fridge and gourmet dinner **** group

  2. Kevitivity 82 months ago | reply

    Excellent!

    I've made cedar plank salmon with a sweet marinade/sauce using honey, paprika, a little cayenne, and some sea salt. The trick is to use well soaked cedar and to keep it covered while cooking - really smoke the heck out of it without over cooking. Alaskan BBQ!

    Important note - make sure you are NOT using treated cedar.

  3. lcj11768 81 months ago | reply

    Nice where do you get the planks?

  4. vitaman 75 months ago | reply

    This is a great photo! I have the perfect blog post to accompany it. I will forward our readers to this page. Check out your pic in action: www.marksdailyapple.com

  5. Jerry Lee Que IV [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called BBQ & Grilled Foods, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. AndreaFireFox 59 months ago | reply

    I suggest grilling vertically. Its really big in Argentina. You don't have to worry about soak the fish or flipping. Which we all hate to do because it all falls apart. I have been using a vertical grill for everything latleyand it cooks in have the time and evenly I may add because you are cooking both sides at the same time. Mike's vertical grill makes a great product. They have a video on their website so you can see for yourself. Enjoy!
    Its www.mikesverticalgrill.com

  7. fotoroto 52 months ago | reply

    Delicious! I used this as an illlustration in a presentation I made about salmon. Thank you for sharing.

keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts