Recipe Roundup, Salmon, Summer, Fish, Grill, Flaming Hot Summer, Grill/Barbecue, Seafood

Recipe Roundup, Salmon

49 Summery Salmon Recipes

It's the season for salmon:

7/29/2021 3:07:00 AM

It's the season for salmon:

Charred on a grill or tossed into a salad, these are our favorite way to eat salmon when the weather warms up.

, but grilled salmon recipes are the pro move the minute the weather gets warm. Below you'll find 49 of our favorites, including easy salmon skewers, grilled salmon collars, the best salmon steaks, and more. And, because everyone deserves to partake in the warm weather magic of tender, flaky fish, we've also included a few grill-free options that lean in a summer direction.

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Whether you're cooking on a gas grill, a charcoal grill, in a traditional kitchen, or employing a foil-pack strategy for use on any heat source, cooking salmon this summer should be joyful and simple. When you start with a gorgeous coral-hued piece of salmon, there's little else that needs to be done to dress it up. Sometimes a little soy sauce and Dijon or olive oil and dill are all you need. And don't forget, when grilling salmon skin side down, preheat your grill grates—or skillet, if you're going to sear indoors—over high heat for the most crispy skin possible. These grilling recipes for mains and sides dishes will keep your cook time down and boost your bbq cred to an all-time high.

Photo by Alex Lau, Prop Styling by Amy Wilson, Food Styling by Rebecca Jurkevich1/49Grilled Salmon Steaks with Cilantro-Garlic Yogurt SauceThese simple summer seafood steaks hit the grill for a total time of only eight minutes, requiring just a little kosher salt and some basting. And the quick sauce smacks of freshness from cilantro. Step aside, marinade and salmon fillets, there's a new steak in town.

Photo by Caleb Adams, Food Styling by Anna Stockwell2/49Cedar-Plank SalmonWhen you cook salmon on a cedar plank on a grill, you're actually steaming it, gently. The moisture in the wood heats up and releases steam, cooking the fish while simultaneously imparting smoky, woody flavors without the harshness of direct flame contact. The salmon is done when the internal temperature registers 145°F.

Photo by Hirsheimer & Hamilton3/49Spiced Salmon KebabsGrill salmon on sticks, and not just because everyone loves kebabs. Small pieces of salmon cook faster than larger fillets or steaks. From prep time to plating, this entire dish takes less than 30 minutes. To test for doneness, makes sure the fish is opaque throughout. Just don't forget to soak your skewers!

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