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Wild Alaskan Copper River King
Description:This is the first recipe I tried with my purchase of the Big Green Egg. Copper River King is a seasonal delight in the Northwest so I wanted my first experience on my Big Green Egg to be a special one, believe me it was.
Ingredients:
• 1 lb Wild Copper River King Salmon or Alaskan King - Skin on
• 1 tsp Course Kosher Salt
• 1 tsp Fresh cracked black pepper
• 2 Clove Garlic
• 1 Tbs John Henry's Greek Rub
• ½ Sliced Lemon
• 1 Tbs Extra virgin olive oil
Instructions:Apply olive oil with a brush or a Mr. Mister spray can. Using a garlic press, crush 2 cloves of garlic and rub throughout the flesh of the salmon using a spoon or brush. Season with salt & fresh cracked pepper. Sprinkle with John Henry's Greek rub, top salmon with sliced lemon.

Bring your Big Green Egg up to 250 degrees and add soaked apple wood chips. Using a fish grate or aluminum foil with holes poked in it, grill salmon till fish is flaky, about 1 hour.

Notes:Keep this recipe simple, let the natural flavor of the Copper River King be the main emphisis, the apple smoke with impart a light smokey flavor to this already incredible fish. Experiment with alder or pecan wood chips as well.
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Vegetarian:NoTime To Prepare:
Date:Wed 07 May 2008 23:30:50 UTCViewed:3885 times
Author:Scott WatkinsEmail:headdownflyin@yahoo.com
Rating:5,00 (2 votes)

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