Since I discovered how
tasty is grilled food, any excuse is good to grill fish, meat, poultry,
vegetables and even fruit....
Today’s recipe is
grilled salmon with a crust made of island spices and thyme, and I owe it to Jack
All you have to do is
prepare a spice and thyme jerk… But the real "secret" to this
juicy filet it to let the jerk to permeate to the fish by cooking it slowly (not
directly over the fire) in a covered grill.
A truly feast of
flavor and color. Y guarantee this is the best grilled salmon you can ever have. I hope you like it!
Grilled Island Spice Salmon | Ingredients for 4 portions
4 salmon fillets with the skin
¼ teaspoon of freshly ground black pepper
¼ teaspoon of red pepper flakes
¼ teaspoon of ground cinnamon
¼ teaspoon of ground ginger
½ teaspoon of dried thyme leaves
½ teaspoon of brown sugar
Soak some apple wood chips in water.
Heat the grill (better if it’s a charcoal grill.)
In a mortar, add all the spices, thyme, sugar and salt, and muddle.
Spread the spice and thyme jerk over the top of the salmon filets and
press with your fingers.
Place the filets on the grill, skin side down.
Add a couple of apple chips to the fire so it will smoke.
Grill the fillets off the direct fire for 12-15 minutes, with the grill
covered to smoke the fish.
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Etiquetas: grilling, sea food, spices, thyme