Recipe - Cedar Smoked Citrus Salmon

Recipe - Cedar Smoked Citrus Salmon

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Serves 6 1/4 cup Diana Sauce - Honey Dijon or Honey Garlic 2 tbsp lemon juice 2 tsp chopped chives (approx.) 2 tsp each melted butter and honey 1 tsp finely grated lemon zest 1/2 tsp each salt, pepper and hot pepper flakes (optional) 1kg boneless salmon fillet 1 Cedar grilling plank NB: Soak your Western Red Cedar plank for 2hrs before cooking. Preheat the grill to high. Stir Diana Sauce with the lemon juice, chives, butter, honey, lemon zest, salt, pepper and hot pepper flakes (if using).     Place the grilling plank over high heat and preheat for 5-10mins or until wood begins smoking. Brush half of the sauce mixture over the salmon fillet. Place the fish on the plank and cook covered for 15-17 minutes or until the salmon is cooked but slightly pink in the centre. Brush with the remaining glaze during the last 5 minutes of cooking.     Garnish with additional chives.

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