I’ve got to admit, I love Salmon like you wouldn’t believe. It’s my favorite fish. I like so many different ways, even Sushi. One question I see often is in regards to cooking it. Many people wonder how long to cook it for and others just want to know how to cook it at all. Salmon looks so tasty in the supermarket.
When I’m cooking at home, I love throwing my salmon on the BBQ grill. Yum. What I generally do is put it over a low heat for about 10 min per 1 inch of thickness. Honestly, it ends up being a check and see process. Also, I like cooking mine over indirect heat. So, I’ll take the salmon fillet and put it in the middle of the grill and move the heat (outside burners or flame) to the outside area.
And when I first put it down, it goes down with the skin touching the grill. I’ll let it sit there for about 5 minutes then flip it for 5 more. After that I just flip it back to the skin side down until it’s done.
I will also cook it in the oven from time to time. The general consensus here is 375 degrees for 10 minutes per inch of thickness. I will tend to go up to 400 though. Keep in mind that your salmon could dry out without some attention. Give it a little bath every few minutes to keep it nice and tasty.
When I do salmon in the oven, I put it on a good baking pan. Oh, on the grill, I’ll usually use a fish rack as it’s much easier to flip and transport.
As far as seasoning, that’s up to you. It could be as simple as some salt, pepper, lemon and olive oil. Experiment a little and enjoy the best fish on the planet. For more information click Fat Boy’s BBQ
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