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Smoked Salmon


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Unclerudy 12:3
Just smoked some, and it is cooling right now. Second ever item I have ever smoked. The sample was quite tasty.

Smoked Salmon
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Cobra 1100:24
A little dark, wouldnít you say? What kind of wood did you use?
Apple or Alder wood is best for salmon.
12/31/2012 1:14:04 PM

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bdigital 658:11
Looks fine...a little dark but as long as you didnít dry it out and oversmoke it Iím sure itís tasty. Apple and Alder are fine...as well as Pecan and Mulberry
12/31/2012 1:22:20 PM

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Unclerudy 12:3
Apple, alder, and mesquite.
12/31/2012 2:08:17 PM

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DerWeg 1493:38
Looks like that nice ísmoke-crustedí smoke house style fish you Americans do so well, delicious!

Mostly up here we get the cold-smoked ícuredí style pink smoked salmon (lox, gravlachs).
12/31/2012 2:12:02 PM

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GT2 8366:586
Yeah it is unclear in the us if smoked salmon is cured Lox or actual smoked salmon.
12/31/2012 2:57:03 PM

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garmonbozia 426:4
Nice looking salmon. I do a lot of smoked fish on my smoker. I do a stuffed salmon with crabmeat green onions that is very tasty. I use either cherry or apple wood. I find that mesquite tends to be a little over powering.
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fiulijn 14380:517
Where does the fish come from?
Norway? US?...
1/11/2013 3:00:26 AM

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ALLOVATE 2383:95
Iíd skip the mesquite for salmon. Yourís is a little dark but most people are used to cold smoked, cured salmon which retains that expected pinky orange colour. Gravlax meets injected smoke into chambers filled with cleaned fillet is the norm. How did yours taste? If it is still juicy and flaky, and has taken on the alder, applewood and mesquite, then job done. I love to try different things with smokers. Fish is delicate so getting it right can be tough!
1/11/2013 3:48:11 AM

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Unclerudy 12:3
It tasted wonderful. I was not going for a lox style, but an actual smoked fish flavor. In northern Michigan, you see it all the time.
1/11/2013 3:53:00 AM

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ogglethorp 917:27
Salmon jerky or Indian candy is fantastic too. Iíve been doing this recipe for years to rave reviews. http://www.fishsniffer.com/recipes/salmon12.html
1/11/2013 4:06:17 AM

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