We’re pretty obsessed with salmon over here in case you haven’t noticed. It was nearly impossible to narrow down our favorite recipes but we persevered! Take a look at these tasty ideas and try one tonight.
Cedar Planked Salmon with Herbs & Lemon
This healthy recipe is the golden standard of Cedar Planked Salmon. When you use smoke (nature’s original seasoning), you don’t need much else – just some fresh herbs, salt & pepper, and lemon slices.
Cedar Planked Salmon with Maple, Orange, & Wasabi Glaze
We’ve already shared the classic Cedar planked salmon recipe with you. Next up try a twist on that Pacific Northwest favorite with a maple, orange, and wasabi glaze. Serve it with grilled green onions, or vegetable of your choice.
Cedar Planked Salmon Fillet with Brown Sugar
Cedar and salmon are the classic grilling plank combination here in the Pacific Northwest. This recipe is sure to even transform those who don’t think they like salmon! The brown sugar works some magic.
Cedar Planked Teriyaki Salmon
This recipe is easy and fun and packed with flavor. It’s one of those meals that you will look forward to transforming into healthy lunch leftovers the next day (if there is any left!). Serve it over rice or create a chopped salad with other grilled veggies.
Copper River Sockeye with Herb Compound Butter & Grilled Vegetables
This recipe is extremely simple, it highlights the quality of the salmon and can easily be prepared on the grill. The herb compound butter will likely be something you’ll want to spread on everything.
Cedar Planked Salmon Burger with Saffron Pickled Fennel
If you haven’t made a salmon burger before we highly recommend you give it a try! Pickled fennel and a zesty paprika mayo add a ton of flavor and will make this recipe an instant favorite.
Hibiscus Glazed Cedar Planked Salmon
If you’ve never mixed the flavors of hibiscus and salmon, you’re missing out. Hibiscus adds a nice fruity note to the salmon’s flavor and the glaze really complements the fish’s natural characteristic color.
Loimulohi is an old Finnish technique for cooking salmon on an open fire. We added a touch of North America with the addition of maple syrup and some Western Red Cedar. Making this vertical planked salmon is a sure way to impress your dinner party guests!