Salmon Marinade Recipe: Here’s the Best Way to Marinade Your Salmon


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** Save 40% On Digital Cooking Thermometer: Coupon Code OGBMEBQ5 Salmon fillets become tender and flaky after cooking, and they have a mild to rich flavor. Salmon can be poached, grilled, fried or baked. Before you cook your salmon fillets, marinate them to add more flavor. For a simple marinade, combine sweet and savory ingredients with fats or use salad dressing. If you plan to marinate the salmon, you will need about an hour of prep time before cooking the fillets. Get more grilling and smoking tips and tricks from:

Examine the salmon before marinating. The fillets should be firm and have a pink color, and they should have a slight sheen. If the fish looks discolored or it has gaps between muscle fibers, the fish is likely no longer fresh and you should discard it.

Place the salmon fillets in a shallow container and brush Niko's Marinade liberally on both sides of the salmon. Cover the salmon and put it in the fridge for one hour to allow the flavors to absorb into the meat. Pre-heat your BBQ to maximum heat and ensure the grill surface is clean and wiped with a cloth that has been dipped in vegetable oil.

Remove the salmon from the fridge, gently wipe off the excess marinade, and place on the hot BBQ with the skin side of the salmon facing up. Cook for 3-4 minutes then flip the fillets and continue to cook for another 3-4 minutes until the salmon is firm to the touch while still juicy.
Mix the zest, pepper, and chives in a small bowl with a touch of Niko's Marinade and brush onto the salmon just after it is removed from the BBQ. Season with sea salt, serve immediately, and enjoy!
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