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PostPosted: 26 Oct 2010, 13:11 
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(2) fresh Steel Head fillets (skinned) Will work well with any salmon or trout
(1) 2 liter ginger ale
(1) lemon (sliced thin, whole slice)
(1) orange (sliced thin, whole slice)
(2) tbsp of butter
Old Bay seasoning or similar


Submerge fillets in ginger ale and place in refrigerator for 12 hours.

Pull the the fillets from ginger ale and pat dry. Generously rub entire fillet with Old Bay season or the like.

Get a piece of aluminum foil, big enough to form a packet. First lay lemon and orange slices down on foil, alternating each one. Then lay 1 fillet over top. Then repeat with lemon and orange over top of fillet. Add 1 tbsp of butter on top and then fold up into packet.

Place on preheated grill. Cook for 5 mins then flip and cook 5 mins more.

This is so good I've had people who hate fish eating it thinking is was chicken. :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: 20 Mar 2011, 22:25 
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that sounds real good, you ever try it on salmon? I got an abundence of salmon, no steelhead.


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scunfer wrote:
that sounds real good, you ever try it on salmon? I got an abundence of salmon, no steelhead.


Used on coho and it worked out just fine :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: 23 Mar 2011, 14:32 
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Not to distract from your recipe, but do any of you salmon fishermen ever work with the skins of the salmon? I saw a TV special once of a woman who cured fish hides and made some interesting stuff from them.

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