Any good smoked salmon glazes to share?
I've got a couple recipes I use, but am looking for some new ones. Let me know if you have one you'd like to share. Thanks!
You might find something you like here:
maple syrup (or the cheap imitation maple syrup), brown sugar and butter boiled down 'til it's nice and thick.
Here's one that I use on cedar plank salmon, but it would be outstanding
on smoked salmon as well.
Funny this thread came up... I'm doing salmon tonight and I made up a glaze for it last night... Its a two part thing. I mix it thin and apply it while the salmon is in the fridge drying and then as the salmon goes on the smoker I reduce it so that I can glaze a bit heavier when it's cooking.
I used (and these are approximations)
1/2 cup good rum (Appleton)
1/2 cup apple juice
1/4 cup brown sugar
2-3 TB honey
1/2 a lemon (juice)
1 TB molasses
1 tsp Pepper flakes
Mix this well and apply this glazes as the fish is drying...
Then reduce on the stove and apply to the salmon towards the end of the cook.
I'll be posting more on this a bit later. :thumb:
I GRILL SALMON USING THIS METHOD:
1st - roast a head of garlic in the toaster oven with olive oil
2nd - drizzle lots of honey on the salmon, grind coarse ground pepper on it, adding just a pinch of salt, then slathering the roasted garlic
3rd - in a pan on the stove at med high, w/ olive oil, sear the fish side
4th - grill at fairly high heat skin side down until skin seperates from the fish easily
Sorry, it ain't BBQ but we really like this method and people ask me to do it again and again.
Teriaki & Salmon is yummy
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