Ways to Cook Salmon: Super Moist BBQ Salmon Recipe
This really is a super moist bbq salmon recipe.
There are of course many ways to cook salmon, but this one really keeps the fish moist.
Most salmon steak recipes are interchangeable with salmon fillets. Use the cut you prefer.
Set up one large square of heavy duty tin foil for each steak. Place 1/4 of sliced green peppers and 1/4 of sliced onion on each tin foil square to form a bed for the salmon. Place a salmon steak on top. Divide the mayonaise equally and dab it on top of the salmon, speading with a spoon to evenly coat. Sprinkle some brown sugar on each piece. Turn up the corners and seal each packet.
Place on hot BBQ for 7 minutes, turning gently with a burger flipper for the last minute. Serve with rice or potatoes.
Serves 4, but can easily be multiplied to serve as many as you wish.
Nutritional Analysis Per Serving
Calories 493; Calories from Fat 297; Total Fat 33.0g; Saturated Fat 6.1g; Cholesterol 118mg; Sodium 193mg; Total Carbohydrates 6.9g; Dietary Fiber 1.0g; Sugars 4.8g; Protein 39.9g; Vitamin A 4%; Vitamin C 54%; Calcium 4%; Iron 4%
(Percentages based on a 2000 calorie per day diet)
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Did You Know?...
Barbecue salmon is a perfect summer treat and great for get togethers or an every day dinner.
If you are serving a crowd, a fish recipe like this is a nice change from heavier meats.
Think of serving two protein foods - a meat, like barbecue ribs, steak or chicken, and this salmon recipe. It gives people the option of a non meat meal if they wish.
In our Fish and Seafood Recipes section you will find many a salmon recipe to suit your tastebuds.
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