recipe comes from Liz Alderson
who runs a UK recipe site called find-a-seafood-recipe.com
title of the site really speaks for itself but if you
would like to find out more about Liz, its creator and
editor, then have a look at her page under the Biography
is one of a couple of barbecue salmon recipes for you
to enjoy. The recipes could easily be adapted for any
fish steaks that you might prefer.
love barbecues - the smell of them, the taste, the lovely
barbecue sauce, the whole al fresco dining experience.
Problem is, I live in the UK and so at the drop of a
hat, we can find our barbecue coals being rained on
and have to move indoors.
- I have entitled this section on my website "Grills
and BBQs" because I am a realist - I am NOT a pessimist
despite what my family say about me
now, the Sun is warming up in the UK and I am looking
longingly at my old Weber kettle barbecue - I shan't
be making any long term plans but I might just put a
few salmon steaks on the shopping list this week - if
the sun shines this weekend, we'll barbie - if not,
I'll grill or bake.
first of my barbecue salmon recipes involves marinading
the steaks for about thirty minutes.
pint (150ml) white wine
3 tbspns olive oil
1 tspn paprika
salt and pepper
1 tbspn lemon juice
1 tspn sugar
handful fresh chopped parsley
4 x 1" (2.5cm) salmon steaks
the marinade ingredients together and pour over the
salmon - leave for about 30 minutes.
four pieces of foil and brush the shiny side with
oil. Place the salmon steaks in the middle of the
oiled side and bring up the edges to form a sort of
the marinade equally between the four parcels and
then seal them tightly.
over the coals - they will take about 20 minutes or
so to cook.
15 minutes, open the parcels so that the smoke will
flavour the salmon.
more seafood recipes go to www.find-a-seafood-recipe.com