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whole salmon

giantwinggiantwing Posts: 189
edited August 2011 in Forum List
Got a whole pink salmon ready to go. Usually I fillet them but I thought I would try it whole. Anybody have any thoughts?

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  • BotchBotch Posts: 6,218
    I attended a grilling class years ago where they did a whole salmon.  Salt & pepper in the cavity, then she lined the cavity with sliced lemon, and then stuffed it with handfuls of fresh dill.  It was delicious!  
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  • egginatoregginator Posts: 569
    Sweet Walla Walla onions in the cavity wouldn't hurt either

  • ReflibReflib Posts: 16
    I used to commercial fish salmon. When we sold 'em to the Company they were called 'Humpies". By the time they got to the fish market they turned into Fancy Canadian Pink Salmon and the price had gone up. Way up. We used to put a bit of brown sugar and a strip or two of bacon in the cavity and they tasted mighty good on the Q. Only thing that can go wrong is to over cook them - same as any seafood. Best of luck with your 'Hump"! Sure it'll be great.
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