Saturday, July 9, 2011

Grilled Salmon & wild Rice Recipe

What you will need to make this meal...
One piece of salmon
Size depends on how many you are feeding, the piece here will feed 4
Soy sauce 1/4 cup
Cilantro fresh or dried 1 tablespoon
lemon juice or juice of 1 medium lemon
Grill
1-2 tablespoons brown sugar (you could probably broil it in the oven too)
Gallon size zip lock bag
Rice
Green veggie

Place your salmon filet in the zip lock bag
Add your cilantro
or whatever herb you like

Next add the brown sugar

Pour in 1/4 cup of whatever kind of Soy sauce you like or
use.
Also add your lemon juice now

Zip up the bag
Now rub all the ingredients around on the salmon filet
making sure to coat both sides,you may need to turn the
filet over to do this.
Now place in the fridge and let marinate
You can marinate it for as little as 30 minutes
or as long as an hour
Place on a hot grill
The amount of time you grill it will depend on how
you like it done

I like mine black around the edges,so Mr. P grills it
for about 1/2 an hour on his Weber charcoal grill
 


Mean while prepare your rice according to the
directions on the package.
This is the first time we tried this particular brand
of rice.
I always make long grain & wild rice with my salmon.
This one we found at Sam's the last time we were there.
It has wild rice,long grain rice & red rice too.
It is good,but you will probably want to add some seasonings.

Here is the finished meal!
I like green beans with this dish,but you can add
whatever green veggie you like :)
Enjoy!

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3 comments:

  1. Yummy!!!!
    I recently found wild rice sold alone and will try mixing my own, any suggestions on rice varieties and seasonings?

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  2. DD says "As Grill Master, we will be making this next weekend!" So, I will be on my way to get the ingredients. It looks fabulous, thanks for sharing!

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  3. This is a delicious dish! There is quite a bit of prep work, but once that is done, the rest is easy. It started raining right before we began cooking, so we sauteed the salmon rather than grilling it outside. You have to try it!

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