Monday, May 4, 2009

Grilled Dill Salmon

For Patrice,
First of all, my disclaimer: I do not measure my ingredients. I usually just add a little of this and a little of that until it tastes okay. Thus, my meals generally turn out just a little different each time.

Okay, so we buy the salmon fillets at Costco because they are individually packaged and less "fishy" tasting. Thaw your salmon, then smother in soy sauce. (The key here is to buy Aloha Shoyu at WalMart or Longs Drugstore - other soy sauces are bitter). Poke the fillets with a fork a few times, then sprinkle with Balsamic Vinegar (just a little bit). Coat with dried dill weed, and then spritz with lime juice. Grill on barbeque or George Foreman grill. Takes about ten minutes on the bbq, less for the Foreman.

That's it! Pretty simple. I just get sick of eating lemon pepper salmon all the time. This works great served with white rice or as part of a salad, and best of all, it is pretty healthy (if you buy low sodium shoyu). Enjoy!!!

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