Make Your Salmon Skip The Cedar Plank For Pistachio Pesto

By Addie Broyles More Content NowCedar plank salmon is an indigenous food tradition that dates back likely thousands of years to groups of people who lived on the coast where both salmon and cedar were plentiful. Fast-forward to today, and cooks are still making cedar plank salmon, even if they live far from both salmon runs and cedar forests. Although you can find cedar boards in the seafood section of many grocery stores, I like Valerie Azinge's method of using smoked paprika and black pepper to make a blackening seasoning, which gives the fish a hint of that earthy char without actually cooking it on a piece of wood.Read more on NewsOK.com

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  • Skip the cedar plank to make this easy blackened salmon with pistachio pesto
    Blackened Salmon with Pistachio Pesto and Salad Blackened salmon mimics the smoky-earthy char you enjoy from cedar plank salmon, and you can achieve this easy low-carb version in less than 30 minutes.
    11/2/2020 - 6:10 am | View Link
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