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Unread 04-26-2006, 03:25 PM   #1
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Default Brine for smoking salmon

Hello Farkers... I hate being a royal pain in your arses but. Bout a month ago found a brine for chinook salmon.. It was a quart of water,brown sugar,lime juice, soy sauce and honey... I just came home w/more salmon and cant find the recipe anywhere. I wrote it down but somehow lost it. Ive been on all the Q-forums and sites and cant find the recipe anywhere.
Does anybody have a recipe that would come close to the original brine recipe. God I sure hate getting older.
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Here's one that has some of the stuff you listed:

http://www.justsmokedsalmon.com/alde...eysmokedsalmon

Honey Smoked Salmon
Brine:
¾ cup honey
10 allspice berries
2 bay leafs
½ cup sea salt
4 oz rum
15 peppercorns
10 cloves
¼ cup lime juice
1 quart water
6oz ALDER chips (do not use Cedar)
1 large salmon fillet (about 2lbs)


Marinate fillet in brine for 3 hours. Pat dry and air dry for ½ hour. Smoke as the directions of your smoker, but use the highest grill and temperature should be about 160. It will take about 1 ½ hours. Serve warm for greatest flavor, but chilled also works well.

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Who knew you were supposed to brinde salmon before you smoke it?
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bbqbull, I just smoked about 20 pieces of Salmon for a buddy of mine, I use the following brine for it;
2gallons water
1 cup Kosher salt
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup sugar in the raw
1 cup maple syrup
1tbs garlic
1tbs onion powder
Brined between 6-8hours, rinse and dried salmon, then placed a rub on it and placed it in the smoker. My friend has been salmon fishing for 10 years, has eaten smoked salmon about the same amount of time and said this was the best damn salmon he has ever tasted. I used a mix of oak and sugar maple for wood while smoking. Figure this was my first time smoking salmon. Did so well with it I know have about 15 pieces of halibut to smoke for him next. Let me know if you would like the salmon rub receipe I used, dont have it with me now or I would include it as well.

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Try this one: Dry salmon thoroughly. Shred, roll in zig....
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Did so well with it I know have about 15 pieces of halibut to smoke for him next.

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Never had smoked halibut. Grilled halibut steaks are so dang good I've never thought about it.
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Never had smoked halibut. Grilled halibut steaks are so dang good I've never thought about it.

Agreed. And same goes for salmon for that matter.... Ever tried salmon grilled on a cedar plank!?! I dig smoked salmon and all, but cedar plank salmon on the grill is un-farking-believable! Add this lime zest concotion my old lady whips up..... I need a sammich.
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Check it out...the only smoke this salmon got was from the cedar plank. Just basted it with Alaskan Amber glaze.

http://www.kodakgallery.com/ShareLan...5_920181165305
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Now that's what I'm talking about! Dad's got of of those Sams Club charcoal grills that is like 60" wide and at parties we augment the brisket, pulled pork, and ribs with a 5 foot cedar board full of salmon filets. Usually get about 3-4 big filets on there and serving it is awesome - 2 guys carrying in this huge board and laying it in the middle of the table. Need another sammich.......
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Say ya want some smoked halibut? Here ya go...

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Where's the pic!?! How can I have a personal moment without the visual!?!?!?!?
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Really? No pic? I wonder why it works on my end...
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Our firewall at work blocks some content. Usually it's related to adult content, gambling, weapons, computer crime, etc.... Guess food porn needs to be added to that list. FASCISTS!!!!! I'll need to check it out at home.

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Ok, try this...it has a few others, but the halibut is in there.

http://www.kodakgallery.com/ShareLan...4_749558165305
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No pic here either. How about a link to it, if it is on the net somewhere else. Loved the salmon in your Kodak gallery
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