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Salmon Marinade

Place salmon skin side down on grill.

Salmon marinade. This marinade can be made up to 3 days before you plan to use it. Plus thanks to the salt and water in this marinade you can expect less of that white stuff that seeps out of salmon as it cooks its just a protein called albumin. It packs the fish with a ton of flavor while also keeping it from drying out essentially its a brine and marinade wrapped into one. Simply store the marinade in the fridge until youre ready to add your salmon.

Cover and grill over medium heat 10 to 20 minutes brushing 2 or 3 times with marinade until salmon flakes easily with fork. Discard any remaining marinade. No longer than an hour or the salt in the soy will begin to cook the meat. Putting together a quick marinade for this salmon recipe really gives it a delicious boost of flavor.

Heat coals or gas grill. Add the ginger and garlic to the salmon and gently rub them on the salmon. Then i flipped the salmon over and found that each slice had a beautiful caramelized crust on bottom. And heres what goes in the salmon marinade.

When i made this soy sauce and brown sugar salmon marinade i was a little disappointed when i opened the foil packet after baking and could understand wanting to grill it. You can use the marinade to flavor small salmon fillets or try marinating a larger side of salmon. It was sort of pale and icky looking. Because its salty it acts as the brine injecting flavour and juiciness into the salmon flesh.

The salmon sits in the marinade for up to 6 hours then is grilled or broiled to perfection. Heat the grill to high. This super easy salmon marinade is heavy on the lemon garlic and fresh and dried herbs. Lay the salmon on a non stick baking tray and grill for 5 6 mins each side or until cooked through.

Meanwhile heat a wok with the remaining marinade and the stock add the baby corn and broccoli stir fry for about 5 mins then add the pak choi and cook for 2 mins more. Add the rest of the ingredients to the salmon stir to mix well so the salmon are nicely coated with all the ingredients. Remove salmon from marinade. I intentionally left lemon juice out of this recipe because acids like lemon juice can actually cook the salmon as it sits in the marinade.

It adds a savoury sweet garlic flavour to the salmon and makes it beautifully caramelised. Soy sauce is the key ingredient here. You can use other types of seafood in this marinade such as halibut swordfish shrimp and scallops. Rinse the salmon and pat dry with paper towels.

We like ours slightly sweet with honey and use coconut aminos instead of a traditional soy sauce. It gives it a little bit of a salty sweet combination that makes for the perfect salmon. Grill bake or grill salmon for about 4 minutes per side when salmon flakes when pierced with a fork.