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  1. Stacey

    This method for grilling is perfect. I haven’t tried her marinade, but the grilling instructions are the best I’ve seen, and I’ve been grilling salmon for decades. Thanks!

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  2. Debra

    Wonderful! Didn’t need any tartar sauce for this salmon and hubby usually uses a lot. Used the basic teriyaki marinade. YUM!!!

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  3. Rich Sanders

    This is a great recipe with a slight adjustment or two. Alaskans grill salmon skin down first with lid down. 500 degrees. After 3 to 4 minutes cooking with the lid down, slide your spatula between the skin and the filet and flip it over back on the skin. Drizzle more marinade on top and cook another three to four minutes. Slide the cooked filet off the skin and enjoy (I like jasmine rice for this one). For a weird old Alaskan thing, I sprinkle my favorite seasoning on the top (un-blackened) side and flip and cook for 5 more minutes to create amazing “salmon skin chips.” Really! It’s awesome!

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  4. Serena

    I love Grilled Salmon! Thanks Elise, for sharing something that I adore!

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  5. David

    Elise, Finally a person and recipe that knows how to grill a salmon fillet. I lived in Alaska for 30 years so I’ve grilled literally hundreds of salmon fillets. Most recipes I’ve seen talk about grilling for 6 to 8 minutes per side which almost always leaves you with dry salmon unless you’re cooking a King Salmon fillet that’s 2 inches thick. I particularly like the part about err to undercook as once it’s over cooked all you can do is make sandwich spread. As for my favorite recipe I just make a simple garlic butter and baste the fillets a few times while cooking, just have to watch for flare-ups.

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