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Raging River Meets The Atlantic

RaySRayS Posts: 114
edited 8:28AM in EggHead Forum
This past weekend I made up a batch of Atlantic Salmon Fillets using
Dizzy Pig Barbecue Co. " Raging River Rub ". Everyone said they were a great tasting piece of fish. [p]This is the first time I've cooked fish with just using a rub. I normally brine the fillets. Next time I will try a brine with a external rub.[p]I've had a chance to try all Dizzy Pig products and they all add great flavour to whatever you cook. [p]Thanks Dizzy Pig Co.[p]RayS



  • Trout BumTrout Bum Posts: 343
    Never tried what you suggested.
    But I've used the recipe (link below) more times than I can begin to remember.
    I've allways had rave reviews. When my wife and I are invited to a party requiring a dish to pass we are allways asked to bring the same thing "Bourbon Dijon Salmon". Never cooked a bad one.
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    [ul][li]The Salmon Cooked[/ul]
  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,341
    Just catching up on posts, and saw this one![p]No, Thank YOU!
    Happy to hear that you enjoyed it. And appreciate the note. [p]Sounds great. How did you cook the salmon? Filets? [p]Cheers!
    Twitter: @dizzypigbbq
    Facebook: Dizzy Pig Seasonings
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