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Grilled Asian Salmon and Baked Zucchini

Ross in VenturaRoss in Ventura Posts: 6,329
edited July 2012 in EggHead Forum
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Marinated in the frig. for 3-hrs.

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On a 350* grill for 7-min. a side
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Beautiful
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Served with the Jackie's baked zucchini. This is a keeper

Recipes:

http://www.examiner.com/article/asian-grilled-salmon



http://www.food.com/recipe/baked-zucchini-122143



Thanks for looking

Ross




Comments

  • mteelemteele Posts: 44
    How do you like that Craycort cast iron grate? Compared to the original stainless steel
  • BrownieBrownie Posts: 1,022
    Looks really nice, I'm wondering how you didn't get any charring from your grid? Did you preheat without it? I have the same grid and I'm still learning that I don't need to heat it like my stainless. Thanks.

    @mteele This was an answer I gave to your question on another thread recently. The other question was is craycort worth the extra $ over a regular ci grid. hope it helps.

     "I wanted it because it allows for more options
    (somewhat novelty over necessary) over other standard CI grids I've
    seen. I never priced others for a comparison of pros and cons vs cost,
    but I like mine. Maybe if I had had CI skillet and griddle I would not
    have been so eager for this set up. If it's affordable for you than I
    think you'll enjoy it as I do. Here is the link that sparked my interest in them."

  • Ross in VenturaRoss in Ventura Posts: 6,329
    How do you like that Craycort cast iron grate? Compared to the original stainless steel
    I like it a lot

    Ross
  • Ross in VenturaRoss in Ventura Posts: 6,329
    Looks really nice, I'm wondering how you didn't get any charring from your grid? Did you preheat without it? I have the same grid and I'm still learning that I don't need to heat it like my stainless. Thanks.

    @mteele This was an answer I gave to your question on another thread recently. The other question was is craycort worth the extra $ over a regular ci grid. hope it helps.

     "I wanted it because it allows for more options
    (somewhat novelty over necessary) over other standard CI grids I've
    seen. I never priced others for a comparison of pros and cons vs cost,
    but I like mine. Maybe if I had had CI skillet and griddle I would not
    have been so eager for this set up. If it's affordable for you than I
    think you'll enjoy it as I do. Here is the link that sparked my interest in them."

    I preheated it 350* and grilled only 7-min. a side

    Ross
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