We keep getting asked in the shop to bring in Salt Free seasonings and we were hesitant because salt tastes so good! However based on the volume of requests, we decided to give it a try on a couple of seasonings that sound great despite not having salt. The Pink Peppercorn Lemon Thyme seasoning from Spiceology was the first one to get a real test run. I decided to make Cod Sandwiches for the staff and they did not disappoint. I seasoned the fish quite liberally with the Peppercorn seasoning and a little bit of duck fat, took it up to 145 internal and then assembled the sandwiches. 100% will have again, these sandwiches were creamy, moist, rich and flakey.
Tuna Poke bowls are usually served with raw tuna, but this is a cooking blog, so we are doing it with some added flavor and then seared on the flat top with seasoning and oil. I made this meal while camping and it was without a doubt one of the best camping meals I have ever had! It was a happy accident too, because I bought the tuna steaks with the intention of keeping them frozen for a nice at home dinner one day, but they accidentally got put into the refrigerator than the freezer. 2 Days later, I had no choice but to bring them Yellowfin Tuna camping for what turned out to be an incredible camping feast!
Although a bit time consuming this is simple tasty smoked salmon that is great for all occasions. Today I am using Atlantic salmon, this recipe is equally good with all types of salmon.
Salmon is one of the best tasting fish to ever hit a BBQ. Lots of people love putting it on a cedar plank and cooking it slow on the BBQ. I honestly don’t find that the plank does anything special, which is why I use a foil tray to cook my salmon. This Salmon was the best salmon I ever had and the best part is I thought I ruined it when I pulled it off the barbecue. Read on to find out how I did it and why it was so delicious.