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Complex Flavors Happening

RaySRayS Posts: 114
edited 9:23PM in EggHead Forum
Tonight I made up a batch of salmon fillets using Dizzy Pig Co. - Raging River Rub. I followed the recipe for Waldorf salmon that was posted a while back. If you like salmon this is the rub to use. It has some pretty complex flavors that are hard to explain, but complement just right.[p]RayS


  • RayS,
    absolutely, ragin river rub is fantastic on salmon. . .don't know what 'waldorf' salmon is (is that nature boy's recipe with the maple syrup?). . .[p]i like to do them where i coat the filets first with olive oil, then raging river rub. . .i set the egg up at about 400 degrees direct. .. layer then slices of lemon all over the grill, then lay the salmon on top of the lemon slices. . .makes them easy to turn as the lemons are the grill surface. .. you don't get any charring, but you do get some great lemon infusion that goes great with the raging river. . .[p]another really good rub for the salmon this way is ken stone's ('bluesmoke' here on the forum) gilded splinters rub. ..

  • RaySRayS Posts: 114
    mad max beyond eggdome,[p]Yes, Waldorf Salmon is Nature Boy's recipe. Its a great recipe if you like salmon. The addition of maple syrup sets off the flavors just right. [p]Thanks for the idea using lemon on the grill. I normally leave the skin on one side. This helps keep the meat together during turning. [p]RayS

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