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Tuesday’s Tip: Grilling Non-Stick Salmon

Another Tuesday, another tip about salmon.  As you can tell, I’ve been grilling a lot of salmon and love it!  For the first few times, I simply placed the salmon on tin foil on the grill for easy cleanup and so the salmon skin wouldn’t stick to the grill.  But, I found a new way to cook my salmon that infuses flavor into it and doesn’t allow the salmon to stick.  Follow the steps below!

Lemon, Lime, Orange, or citrus of choice

Salmon

Seasonings of choice

Grapeseed Oil

Slice citrus in 1/4 inch thick “coins”

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In a shallow bowl, drizzle oil, add citrus and toss to coat both sides

Season salmon and drizzle the top with oil

When grill is hot, add citrus in a single layer

Top citrus with salmon and cook until salmon is cooked through

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As an FYI, some of the citrus began to burn after being on the grill for about 15 minutes, so I reserved a few pieces.  When they began burning, I replaced them with the uncooked ones. 

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Hope you like this tip!  Do you have a tip or have a kitchen problem you need solved?  Leave it in the comments below or send me an email at ashley@newsforchews.com

Stay hungry…

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