Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Plankless

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Back in January, my brother, his wife and their precious little baby boy came for a visit.



Aren't they cute? 


My nephew just recently turned one. And has started walking.

Babies grow up too fast. Gosh darn it! 

Anyhow, while they were all visiting, they brought me a really nifty kitchen product I'd never seen before.



Cedar papers! They're about as thick as a piece of heavy scrapbook paper, flexible and super versitile. And I heart them. Whenever I cook salmon I often find myself wishing that I had a cedar plank because the subtle flavor it adds is fantastic. But I have no idea where one just gets a cedar plank for cooking at.

But now I know where one does get cedar papers at. Oh, happy day! :)


Soak your cedar papers for about 10 minutes in water. Then place salmon filets on top of each. Season each filet with kosher salt, lemon pepper, paprika and lime zest.


Then fold the cedar paper around the filet.



Place them seam-side-down on your grill. Grill for about 3-5 minutes per side. 


They come out quite perfect. We loved ours.

Disclaimer: I'm not leaving a recipe because it's so easy, simple and fast. Just soak your cedar papers, season you fish, wrap each filet in a paper and grill for 3-5 minutes.

Happy Grilling!



If you want to purchase cedar papers, you can buy them on Amazon, just click on the link below:



1 comment:

  1. I just did the survey, that was easy peasey! That looks like your brother, and what a cute little nephew! (Im dying to have a son!) I had never seen these papers before, thanks for posting on them, they look really cool.

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