Tagged with 'Salmon'

Lunchbox Meal: Grilled Salmon Niçoise Salad

Grilled Salmon Niçoise Salad Recipe

“Niçoise.” You may have seen the word previously on a menu, but are not entirely sure how to pronounce it. Niçoise (pronounced “nee-swahz”) is a classic French dish often found in European Bistros and adored by culinarians around the world. Although you can find more traditional iterations that only use cooked tuna and raw vegetables, this is a more nouveau take with grilled salmon, boiled eggs, and blanched vegetables. Some briny olives and capers add salty interest, while the tangy lemon vinaigrette packs the punch.

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Lunchbox Meal: Grilled Salmon Salad with Magic Tahini Dressing

Grilled Salmon Salad with Magic Tahini Dressing Recipe

Since I’ve been here at All Things BBQ, I’ve wanted to bring my magic tahini dressing to the masses. I don’t think it gives you magical powers necessarily, but it comes together in a way that’s so simple that it feels like magic. It’s also a dressing where you can mess around with the ratios of tahini, honey, and lemon to suit your taste, so feel free to play around to make it your own. I always enjoy when people feel empowered to play by their own rules, so here I’m allowing you to do that.

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Lunchbox Meal: Grilled Salmon Grain Bowl

Grilled Salmon Grain Bowl Recipe

I’m not gonna lie, I’m not the best at packing my lunch. It doesn’t help that I  work in kitchens where food is so readily available to eat. You can’t blame me for not planning ahead! But between recipe developing menus for cooking classes, or whipping up a dessert buffet for 50, I often dream about what I would rather have for lunch that day.

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Hot Smoked Salmon

How to make Hot Smoked Salmon

There are a number of ways to smoke salmon. You may be familiar with the fully cured smoked salmon, like lox, that you find on bagels or cured platters. It’s dense, often salty and fully cured and safe to eat without cooking with heat. There is also the option of hot smoking fresh salmon with little more than seasoning on the surface of the fish to affect the final product. This recipe, however, lives somewhere in between. By giving the salmon a quick cure, you can force flavors into the flesh while pulling some of the water out and concentrating the flavors. The fish is not fully cured, so we finish it on the grill, which imparts smoke flavor and makes the fish safe to eat. The end product is flavorful, tender, juicy and quite versatile. Partially cured Hot Smoked Salmon is great served hot off the grill or cooled and eaten on salads, sandwiches or as a snack.

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Cooking with Fire Episode 19: Salmon

Cooking with Fire Episode 19: Salmon

Pitmaster Josh Cary and Chef Tom Jackson talk about just how versatile a simple kettle style grill can be, talk about how salmon has been an important food for many cultures throughout human history, cover conservation efforts underway in the Pacific Northwest and smoke up an amazing wild caught sockeye salmon fillet on a roasted cedar plank.

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