July 31, 2015

Green Onion Grilled Salmon

Green Onion Grilled Salmon A couple of years ago, my husband and I really started to enjoy seafood. Neither of us grew up having a lot of it but we have enjoyed experimenting with cooking with seafood. My husband actually came up with and created this recipe (!!!!). All I did was take the pictures. That is the best kind of meal.
 Green Onion Grilled Salmon

We used the salmon that we received from Sizzlefish. This salmon was so fresh, it was not fishy at all. Also, compared to other kinds of salmon, it had very few bones in it which was nice. Our daughter also loved this recipe and it was her first time trying salmon.

 Green Onion Grilled Salmon
We cooked this salmon on a cedar plank which was received from Sizzlefish. It really added a great flavor to the salmon. This recipe is easy too. Just toss together a marinade, let it sit for an hour, then grill.
Green Onion Grilled Salmon 
Green Onion Grilled Salmon

2 salmon fillets
2 tablespoons low-sodium soy sauce
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 green onions, diced
2 tsp garlic powder

1. Combine all ingredients and let marinate for one hour.
2. Meanwhile, soak a cedar plank in water so it doesn't burn (optional).
3. Grill salmon for about 8-10 minutes or until salmon is cooked through (do not flip).


Green Onion Grilled Salmon
 We paired this with a grilled vegetable packet of a variety of peppers, bok choy and onions along with some grilled corn on the cob. It was superb! My husband thought that this was the best quality salmon that he has ever had. I agreed!

From Sizzlefish, we were sent the Paleo Prime Plus box which comes with wild caught gulf shrimp, sea scallops, sockeye salmon, coho salmon, sablefish, haddock and atlantic cod. It was quite the variety. We are loving trying these different kinds of seafood.   

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