Friday, September 09, 2005

Friday Night Grilled Salmon - Two Favorite Recipes

On August 21, 2006 I posted an updated version of Friday Night Salmon Two Ways with a photo.  In those days it wasn't possible to move a post forward without breaking a link, so that's a new post.  I am removing the recipe here so it doesn't show up twice in search engine results, but to see these two ways to cook salmon, click on the link above.

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  1. I stumbled across your website looking for Cafe Rio recipes. Thanks but I noticed your Salmon Recipe and thought I should contribute one of my easy ones. I use "Potlatch Seasoning (Salmon and Seafood Spice Rub)" from Williams and Sonoma (available online) and just rub it on my Costco Salmon and cook it on a George Foreman grill year round. We eat it hot and we eat it cold the next day with a green salad. I think it will be good with your Cafe Rio dressing for Salmon Tacos, too.

  2. Thanks anonymous. I'll check out Williams Sonoma and see if I can find it. The Salmon tacos sound great.

  3. I notice you don't mention a George Forman option for most of the salmon recipes I have come across; Is this because it doesn't really work? I really want to try a lot of these recipes, I love salmon, but I'm in college and have no real grill : (

  4. Have not tried with gf grill, but should work.


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