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Grilled Salmon on a Stick

Grilled Salmon on a Stick



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Serve this at your next party to delight your guests

Grilled salmon is an elegant dinner for any night of the week. If you skewer it, then it makes for an easy yet classy party appetizer.

This recipe is courtesy of Elegant Affairs.

Ingredients

  • 2 Tablespoons packed brown sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons butter or margarine, melted
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 Tablespoons honey
  • 2 Tablespoons soy sauce
  • 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
  • 1 large salmon fillet (about 2 pounds), cut into 8 pieces

Nutritional Facts

Servings8

Calories Per Serving323

Folate equivalent (total)30µg8%


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.


Always buy the freshest salmon (or any fish) for the best taste and remove the pin bones to make eating even easier. Learn more about how to pick the perfect fish in our Ultimate Salmon Buying Guide.

Make sure your grill is preheated before you put your salmon on it. High heat will help caramelize the fish and add smoky flavor as well as make attractive grill marks. A hot grill will also make for quick cooking so your salmon doesn&apost dry out, and will prevent the fish from sticking to the grates.

To further ensure non-stick grilling, give your grates a good scraping with a grill brush to remove any debris from the last cookout, and finish it off with a light swipe of vegetable oil. See Top Tips for Grilling to brush up on your grilling know-how.