My Uncle Al is from Vanouver British Columbia. He regularly goes fishing and comes back with phenomenal fresh Sockeye. This is the recipe we all gather for at family occasion
S. Fantastic on a Bbq. Great with a nice chilled glass of Sauvignon Blanc or a G&T. If the weather breaks, we do it on a grill in the oven. —Adrienne Garrard
Half a filleted fresh Salmon
Fresh chopped dill
Fresh squeezed lemon
In This Recipe
Place the salmon, flesh side up, on a platter. Mix the toppings together and slather on top of the salmon. Allow to sit in the fridge and marinate for an hour or so.
Heat the Bbq so that the coals are red but not flaming. Or on a medium gas heat.
Place a sheet of foil on the Bbq and put the fillet on top of it.
Close the hood of the Bbq.
Allow the fish to cook until the fish is light pink and opaque and the topping looks set - about 20-25 mins.
Remove from the heat andut back platter. Allow to rest for 5-10mins.
We have is with a crisp herb salad and Uncle Al's baked potatoes - but those are another story......