Lemon-Herb Grilled Salmon
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Lemon-Herb Grilled Salmon

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This Lemon-Herb Grilled Salmon has a bright, fresh flavor. Brushed with olive oil, lemon juice, fresh herbs and spices, it is very simply prepared and only requires a quick grill time.

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Ingredients

Serves 4
For the Salmon
1
pound salmon, cut into 4, 4-ounce fillets
2
tablespoons lemon juice
2
tablespoons olive oil
1
tablespoon minced garlic
1/2
teaspoon cracked pepper
1
sprig fresh rosemary, chopped
1
sprig fresh thyme, chopped

Directions

Prep: 5 Minutes, Cook: 6 Minutes
1

In a small bowl, mix lemon juice, olive oil, minced garlic, cracked pepper, rosemary and thyme. Using a brush, lightly coat flesh side of each salmon fillet with the mixture. 

2

Pre-heat grill to medium-high. Lightly coat grates with oil, place salmon flesh side down over direct heat and cook for about 1 minute to produce nice grill marks.

Hot Tip: Medium-high heat is about 450°F.
3

Flip salmon fillets, place on grates with skin side down and close lid. Brush more of the lemon-herb mixture on each salmon fillet.

4

Cook for 3-5 minutes or until salmon is fully cooked.

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  • BCinTally | Aug 14, 2018

    Check the fancy olive oil stores for different styles of olive oil. I went with a mushroom sage!

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  • Hockey | Aug 4, 2019

    An issue with Char-Broil recipes. When showing directions for the recipes there is no reference as whether they refer to infrared or non-infrared Bar-B-Q cooking.

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    • Char-Broil | Sep 5, 2019

      Most of our recipes are intended for grilling on a charcoal, gas or infrared grill. As you know, it's all about temperature control. Infrared grills retain more heat in the grates and so we recommend that if you’re used to open flame gas burners, reduce the heat settings you normally use, by 30 percent and the cooking time by about half. Here's a link to our article, How to Cook on an Infrared Grill.

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