Grilled Salmon Fillets With a Maple-Bourbon Glaze

Grilled Salmon Fillets With A Maple-bourbon Glaze Recipe

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Bob Wakeman


This glaze works well with tuna and any thick white fish fillet

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2-3 lb
salmon fillets about one inch thick
1/2 c
olive oil, light
1/3 c
salt and maple syruppepper to taste.
juice and zest of 1/2 small ornge
1 tsp
lemon juice, fresh
2 1/2 Tbsp
good bourbon

How to Make Grilled Salmon Fillets With a Maple-Bourbon Glaze


  • 1Prepair your grill for indirect heat. You will be grilling on the cooler side.. You want med heat.
    Coals on one side of the grill.
  • 2Check Salmon for any small or fine bones and remove them.. Brush fillets with olive oil on all sides, Or tuna, or any thick white fish.. Add a little salt and pepper.. Lay fillet on grill grate away from the direct heat. You will be grilling the fish for about 20-25 minutes Or until salmon is opaque. (If using white fish you will cook it for 15-20 minutes or until fish starts to flake.)
  • 3Will fish is grilling, in a small bowl mix lemon juice, orange zest and juice, Maple syrup, and bourbon and a pinch of salt & pepper. Mix together. This will be for the glaze..
  • 4Brush the glaze on the fillets the last ten minutes of cooking. Do not turn the fish over wile cooking.. Carefully lift fish off the grill using a fish spatula (Or a very wide one). Transfer to plates. I serve this with rice or broccoli..

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About Grilled Salmon Fillets With a Maple-Bourbon Glaze

Course/Dish: Fish
Main Ingredient: Fish
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy

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