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Fresh Garlic-Pepper Smoked Salmon

Salmon fillets are topped with spices and seasonings and cured for 24 hours.

*Min:2 Pound(s):

$79.50

Min: 2 Pound(s)

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Fresh Garlic-Pepper Smoked Salmon

Fresh Salmon fillets are topped with our unique blend of garlic, peppers, spices, and brown sugar, then slowly cured for 24 hours in a dry brine and hot smoked over Alderwood coals. You just cannot imagine how flavorful this smoked salmon is until to try it!

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Storage

Keep fresh salmon in the refrigerator in an air tight container or wrapping. It is best to eat fresh salmon 3 to 5 days after purchase. It can also be frozen on the day of purchase and kept frozen for up to 3 months. If your product is vacuum sealed, it can last up to 8 months in the freezer.

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Recipes

Recipes

  • Asian Style Teriyaki Salmon Spinach Salad

    Asian Style Teriyaki Salmon Spinach Salad

    This just might be the best salmon you’ll ever have. Even people that aren’t generally fans of salmon love it prepared this way

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    • Salad

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    • 30m

  • Wild Salmon and Winter Root Vegetables in Miso Broth

    Wild Salmon and Winter Root Vegetables in Miso Broth

    Don't feel locked into salmon; fresh, sustainable choices that work equally well include black cod, halibut and lingcod.

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    • 6-8

    • 45m

  • Reefnet Salmon with Salsa Verde

    Reefnet Salmon with Salsa Verde

    Distribute the cooked vegetables evenly on four dinner plates. Place one salmon fillet atop each pile of veggies. Spoon the salsa verde around the salmon and vegetables. Serve and enjoy.

    • Lunch Dinner

    • Entrée

    • 3-5

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Storage

Keep fresh salmon in the refrigerator in an air tight container or wrapping. It is best to eat fresh salmon 3 to 5 days after purchase. It can also be frozen on the day of purchase and kept frozen for up to 3 months. If your product is vacuum sealed, it can last up to 8 months in the freezer.

Preparation and Cooking Tips

Salmon is usually cooked in the oven or on a barbecue grill. However, it is also excellent to be cooked in various ways including smoked, baked, broiled, poached and sauteed.

Soak smoked or dried salmon to remove excess salt before using.

Do not overcook salmon to prevent it from becoming dry and unpalatable.

You can use leftover salmon in making salads and cream sauces for pasta.

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Quick cooking Tips

  • Salmon can be cooked in any method, including baked, broiled, poached, sauteed, grilled, barbecued and smoked.
  • Soaking smoked or dried salmon before using ensures the removal of excess salt.
  • Cook only until it feels firm and let it rest for 10 minutes before serving.
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