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Salmon & Halibut Recipes #12693
08/24/2010 04:43 PM
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Howdy,
I'm pretty much a stranger to this forum because I pretty much DON'T cook. Bill is returning home tomorrow from a fishing trip in Alaska where he's bringing back over 100 lbs of halibut and salmon. We're giving away a lot of it to friends and a local soup kitchen but I was hoping to get a few tips on how HE can cook the fish on the outside grill or in our deep fryer. Oh btw, I should mention I hate fish and especially the smell of it in my house. Thanks in advance, reincarnated Flipper <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Grin.gif" alt="" /> aka Sandy

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: SandyandBill] #12694
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[color:"blue"]Life with my wife... It's not just a marriage, It's an Adventure![/color]
"Only Sailors Get Blown Offshore" <*}}}><{
Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: peconic] #12695
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Thanks Chef Brian. Bill actually enjoys cooking and experimenting so I'm sure he'll try it out.

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: SandyandBill] #12696
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For salmon...
I like to grill it in foil...
take foil, enough to make a pouch around each piece...
Spray with PAM... S&P both sides of the salmon filets and place in the foil...
top with thinly sliced onion, thinly sliced lemon, and parsley...
Grill on medium hot, about 5 minutes a side or until it just flakes easily...
Serve with Dill Sauce... YUMMM!

[color:"blue"]Dill Sauce Recipe[/color]:

4 tsp. butter
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. prepared mustard
1 egg yolk
1 tbsp. chopped dill
1 tbsp. flour
Dash of pepper
3/4 c. bottled clam broth
1 tbsp. lemon juice

Melt butter in small saucepan. Stir in flour, salt, pepper, and mustard.
Add broth gradually, stirring constantly, until sauce thickens and boil 2 minutes. Stir in dill.

Beat egg yolk in a small bowl.
Stir a few tablespoons hot sauce into egg yolk, then add to butter mixture in saucepan; heat, stirring constantly, just to boiling, but do not boil. Stir in lemon juice.
Pour sauce over salmon.


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Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: peconic] #12697
08/24/2010 06:04 PM
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Thanks again Brian. Let me know when you open up that sxm/nj/ny restaurant, we'll be there.

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes #12698
08/24/2010 06:05 PM
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Oops, that was me. I logged off to microwave my frozen raviolis <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Laugh.gif" alt="" />

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: SandyandBill] #12699
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This is easy and very good:

Halibut Veracruz

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: GaKaye] #12700
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Thanks Georgia. I think Bill's going to have to stock up on some spices not already in the cabinet.

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: SandyandBill] #12701
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Sandy both are very easy to cook on the grill and cook quickly. We cook salmon either on a cedar plank or directly on the grill. We filet the salmon and cut in pieces or leave whole(your choice) Just sprinkle with lemon pepper and cook for 12-15 minutes and you have a lovely meal.
Halibut is nice cooked in foil with butter and onions and a few spices to taste. Both are great fish and very healthy.
Wish I was closer when Bill arrives with 100 lb. of fish! I sure would be a happy camper as we both love fish. Fish chowder is very good too and very easy to make. Now I'm salivating!




Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: SandyandBill] #12702
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I have some friends who did the same thing--came back from Alaska with so much halibut they had to stash the overflow in the freezers of friends! So, they've spent this past year exploring halibut options. Here's a link to one of their favorites--fish tacos. Since you have a deep fryer, this would be a snap. The buttermilk/hot sauce marinade is the key to this dish. You don't have to make all of the accompaniments, but the pickled onions are particularly delish.

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Fish-Taco-Platter-233703

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: TundraCat] #12703
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Thanks all. He's back from Sitka safe and sound and he wasn't fooling when he said he caught a LOT of fish. He's on the way to the food shelter as I type. I'll point him to this thread and he can cook to his heart's content...while I'm in work <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Grin.gif" alt="" />

ps If anyone is in to this kind of trip, he said it was absolutely fantastic. Here's the website: www.kingfishercharters.com

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: SandyandBill] #12704
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Sandy, I have a friend that goes fishing in Alaska for salmon every year...
Gets the salmon he catches smoked & canned at a local cannery, with his own custom label on the cans!


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Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: peconic] #12705
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Bill was just telling me a few stories about some of the people at the resort. He mentioned a ladies angler group where one woman was on dialysis, she fished one day, flew to Juno for dialysis the next day and came back the following day to resume her fishing. Man, I wish I had a hobby that I was that passionate about or maybe not.

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: SandyandBill] #12706
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WOW! Now that's one lady with a passion! I would love to meet her!


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Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: TundraCat] #12707
08/27/2010 03:01 PM
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Here is a recipe for Salmon. I've made it many time sand everyone loves it. You can vary the heat be altering the amount of red pepper and you can also use Sambol Oelek rather than the dried pepper.

Salmon Szechuan

1 2 lbs. Salmon fillets
cup soy sauce
2 T Brown Sugar
2 Tsp. Honey
1 tsp minced garlic
1 tsp minced ginger
cup lemon juice
2 small dried hot red chili peppers finely chopped with seeds
Crushed peanuts (garnish)

Combine all ingredients and brush generously over the salmon. Bake the salmon 2 400 till done. Time will vary based of thickness of fillets and degree of doneness desired. If cooking salmon on the grill, grill flesh side down first w/o sauce. Brush with sauce after turning. Serve with additional sauce and garnish with crushed peanuts if desired.

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: Leagle49] #12708
08/27/2010 04:40 PM
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Thanks George. I think we just ran out of our stash of Sambol Oelek <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Grin.gif" alt="" />

Re: Salmon & Halibut Recipes [Re: SandyandBill] #12709
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It's amazing how versatile that stuff is. I use it in all kinds of recipes where a bit of heat is needed.


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