maple whiskey glazed salmon for fall entertaining - gas grill
When it comes to Canadian ingredients, two things are maple syrup and salmon.
Although maple syrup often appears in the dessert field, it works very well in the main course and in the delicious dishes.
This week's recipe features a slice of salmon topped with maple whisky glaze.
Salmon are marinated briefly before roasting outdoors or baking in the oven.
You can choose Canadian or bourbon.
This simple recipe is very interesting.
Go with green vegetables, some tomatoes at the end of the season, or cook some local potatoes.
Salmon (maple/Whiskey)Serves 6)
Ingredients: marinade: 1/2 cups (125 ml)
1/4 cup of maple syrup (50 ml)
Whiskey or bourbon1tbsp. (15 ml)soy sauce1 tsp. (5 ml)
1 cloves of garlic in chili sauce, 6-6 ounces. (175 g)
Direction of salmon slices: 1.
Mix maple syrup, whiskey, soy sauce, chili sauce and garlic to make a marinade in a bowl.
Pour a large zipper
Lock plastic bags.
Add the salmon slices, seal the bag, put it in the shallow baking tray within 30 minutes of the refrigerator, and turn the bag once. 2.
Remove the fillet from the bag and put it in a small bowl. 3.
Cook salmon on a preheated, lubricated gas grill for about 10 to 12 minutes and brush your teeth with the remaining marinade.
When cooked, the salmon begins to form small white beads on the side. (
You can also cook on the 400 floor.
Oven on the baking tray at the same time).
Put the salmon on the platter.