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Discussion in 'Fish' started by smokeydokey, Jan 8, 2013.
Looks good, now I gotta smoke some salmon this weekend ! Nice job, WHB
Spectacular! Recipes look wonderful! Thanks very much for all your hard work.
Looks great now I want some
Do you think this would work good on South Louisiana catfish? Might have to gibe it a try.
Looks delicious and very very close to the recipe that I use.
Try a variation with Dark Brown Sugar and crushed Szechuan Peppercorns. You won't be disappointed....
Excellent looking finished product!
Have a lot of Costco salmon fillets in the freezer...this should be a great use of them! Thanks for the post.
Curious bout the pink salt. Do u use it for saftey reasons? Does it change the flavor.
Me too. Also Tablespoon seems a bit much. Shouldn't it be more like 1&1/2 tsp. or less depending if its 6 or 8 lbs?
Spot on, down here in Florida we smoke a lot of Mullet, about 8 hours, low and slow.
These took less time, rib cage and backbone out, Red bay wood and green bay leaf branches. I do about 100 pounds of
whole fish at a time. You have to have a dedicated smoker for fish, that oil will transfer to other meats real easy.
Here is my new rig I built, 20 racks, 33 X 23", should hold 200 pounds.
That sounds delicious!!! Cheers! - Leah
That is a recipe I will have to try. Looks great
One question? So I go to a local metal store and ask for food grade stainless steel. No clue as to what I'm talking about. So, I'm asking; what exactly is food grade stainless?
316 Stainless is better, 304 is cheaper, but is acceptable for FDA use.
Smoked Salmon was going to be my next project. Thanks for the recipe.
question: does it really only take 12 hours for the cure to get through the meat? I know Pork (bacon) can take up to 10 days to get all the way through, roasts even longer.
12 hours is on the low side, depends on the thickness of the filet, amount of salt and skin or no skin, I think.
mmm. looks great
just wondering what temp you cold smoke at. you mention ambient , but what is ideal?
You can smoke it just plain as well for a really nice dinner. Smoked salmon is great!