To make smoked salmon, cover salmon fillets with sugar, salt and peppercorns for 12 hours, rinse the sugar and salt mixture off the fillets, and smoke the fish at 150 degrees Fahrenheit. The fish can be served after reac... More »

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For smoked salmon, gather 2 sides salmon, 3 limes, 1 tablespoon fresh thyme and 2 tablespoons olive oil. For brine, prepare 1 quart water and 2 1/2 tablespoons salt. Set smoker to between 200 and 225 degrees Fahrenheit, ... More »

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The best salmon for smoked salmon recipes include either king salmon or sockeye salmon. These fish have a high oil content, translating to a richer more buttery flavor. However, those people who want a less potent or mil... More »

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Baking cod fillets requires the fish to be cleaned, seasoned, and baked at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for a short period of time. Avoid overcooking the fillets, as cod becomes very tough when dried out. More »

Cooking foil wrapped salmon over a barbecue grill involves preparing salmon fillets, placing them onto sheets of heavy-duty aluminum foil, seasoning the fish and wrapping the fillets in secure packets. The salmon packets... More »

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Bake rainbow trout fillets at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 13 to 15 minutes or until the meat flakes easily. Some good recipes for baked rainbow trout fillets are Herb-Baked Trout and Cajun Rainbow Trout Fillets. More »

Tyler Florence's method for baking swordfish involves wrapping swordfish fillets in tinfoil pouches along with a mix of vegetables and herbs and baking for 20 to 25 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The recipe was featu... More »

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