sustainable recipes

sick of going grocery shopping every time you want a home cooked meal ? everyone would like to use fresh organic food with the extra yucky stuff added to it right ?  trying to ramp up some new creative ideas for your dinner table !! try some sustainable recipes like barbecued Salmon

½ lb. per person king or coho salmon or halibut, filleted or steaked

Heat in sauce pan until dissolved and blended:

⅔ cup brown sugar
juice of 1 lemon
¼ cup soy sauce
1 cup butter or margarine

Place fish on grill over hot coals, cover, baste with sauce 2-3 times during cooking. When barbecuing filleted salmon, cook with skin on, skin side down and do not turn. Steaks may need to be turned. Grill until done, about 10-15 minutes. To test for doneness, place an instant reading thermometer in the thickest part of the flesh, 120 degrees is done. Or, flake apart, and when the flesh has lost transparency, it is done. Serve with additional barbecue sauce and lemon wedges.

Leftovers are great in sandwiches, or blended with sour cream, mayonnaise and dill as a cracker dip. I like to add to the hot coals some alder chips soaked in water a few minutes before grilling in order to get a more smoked flavor.


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