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Oh I see why, it's similar to the Cedar-Planked Salmon with Maple Glaze
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Posted to Thread #16402 at 2:54 pm on Oct 8, 2009
that I made not too long ago.
Cedar Planked Salmon with Maple Glaze and Mustard Mashed Potatoes
yield: Makes 6 servings
Plank cooking is a Native American technique that imparts a subtle smoky flavor to fish, meat, poultry, and vegetables. It is recommended to use a plank of untreated Western red cedar made specifically for cooking purposes.
1 cup pure maple syrup
2 tablespoons finely grated peeled fresh gingerroot
4 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
3 tablespoons soy sauce
1 1/2 teaspoons minced garlic
an untreated cedar plank (about 17 by 10 1/2 inches) if desired
a 2 1/2-pound center-cut salmon fillet with skin
greens from 1 bunch scallions
Accompaniment: Mustard Mashed Potatoes
In a small heavy saucepan simmer maple syrup, gingerroot, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, soy sauce, garlic, and salt and pepper to taste until reduced to about 1 cup, about 30 minutes, and let cool. (Maple glaze may be made 2 days ahead and chilled, covered. Bring maple glaze to room temperature before proceeding.)
Preheat oven to 350̊ F. If using cedar plank, lightly oil and heat in middle of oven 15 minutes; or lightly oil a shallow baking pan large enough to hold salmon.
Arrange scallion greens in one layer on plank or in baking pan to form a bed for fish.
In another small saucepan heat half of glaze over low heat until heated through to use as a sauce. Stir in remaining tablespoon lemon juice. Remove pan from heat and keep sauce warm, covered.
Put salmon, skin side down, on scallion greens and brush with remaining glaze. Season salmon with salt and pepper and roast in middle of oven until just cooked through, about 20 minutes if using baking pan or about 35 if using plank.
Cut salmon crosswise into 6 pieces. On each of 6 plates arrange salmon and scallion greens on a bed of mashed potatoes. Drizzle salmon with warm sauce.
Source: 11/97 Gourmet http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/14473
Pat’s notes: Excellent dinner, wouldn’t change a thing. The mustard mashed potatoes go great with the salmon. Steamed asparagus with shaved parmesan was a nice side.
Mustard Mashed Potatoes
This recipe was created to accompany Cedar Planked Salmon with Maple Glaze.
3 pounds Yukon Gold potatoes
1 1/2 cups milk
3/4 stick (6 tablespoons) unsalted butter
3 tablespoons whole-grain or coarse-grain mustard
In a 5-quart kettle cover potatoes with cold salted water by 2 inches and simmer until tender, 35 to 45 minutes. While potatoes are simmering, in a small saucepan heat milk with butter over moderate heat until butter is melted. Remove pan from heat and keep milk mixture warm, covered.
In a colander drain potatoes and cool just until they can be handled. Peel potatoes, transferring to a large bowl. Add mustard, salt and pepper to taste, and three fourths hot milk mixture and with a potato masher mash potatoes until smooth, adding more milk mixture if necessary to make them creamy. (Potatoes may be made 1 day ahead and cooled completely before being chilled in a buttered ovenproof dish, covered. Bring potatoes to room temperature before reheating, covered.
Other messages in this thread:
- 16402. ISO Pat-NoCal - Maple-Marinated Roasted Salmon (as discussed) [NT] [LINK] - GayR - 8:06am on 10/08/09 (5)
- I used to make a similar dish.... [LINK] - SallyBR - 2:18pm on 10/08/09
- SallyBR, Thank you for the link and recipe....yes very similar. [NT] - GayR - 11:08pm on 10/09/09
- Thanks Gay! Hmm, this sure sounds familiar. [NT] - Pat-NoCal - 2:51pm on 10/08/09
- Oh I see why, it's similar to the Cedar-Planked Salmon with Maple Glaze - Pat-NoCal - 2:54pm on 10/08/09
- My pleasure, Pat. Love your recipe, especially the mustard mashed potatoes. [NT] - GayR - 4:53pm on 10/08/09