“You’re gonna be proud of this fish.”
John Stage of Dude Food shows viewers how to make the perfect smoked salmon on the grill.
Skin-on salmon steak
Rice Wine Vinegar
Make a paste of brown sugar, ginger, garlic, salt, and pepper. Massage the rub onto your salmon. Place the fish onto two pieces of aluminum foil crimped together.
Place your aluminum foil “plate” onto a grill that has fire on just one side. Place it on the side that isn’t over the coals. Add soaked wood chips to the flames, then place the lid on. Cook on the grill at 375 degrees for 45 minutes. The fish is done when it flakes easily.
Gently remove salmon from the grill with a long spatula. Add a booster sauce made of jalapeno, garlic, rice wine vinegar, lemon, lime, and BBQ sauce. Don’t smother the fish, just drizzle on top.
Great filmmaking and a mouthwatering recipe.
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A no frills approach to salmon on the grill.
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