It may only be August, but my family is settling back into the school routine already. I use that term "routine" loosely. We do set our alarms for consistently early morning wake up calls but our afternoons are far less predictable. Our afternoon hours get quickly eaten up with homework demands, soccer practices and after school meetings.
In an ideal world, we would all sit down to dinner together every night at 6:00. In reality, we only get to have family dinners together three or four times a week. I feel like most days, I'm rushing around just to get something on the table quickly before someone has to run out the door.
This cedar planked salmon is a great meal to make when I need to get something on the table FAST. I don't have to worry about compromising quality for quickness when I make this dinner either. It's as healthy as it is quick - and it's delicious!
Soak cedar planks for at least 1 hour.
Cedar Planked Salmon
2 salmon filets (I used sockeye salmon)
1 Tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1/2 teaspoon dried dill
1/2 teaspoon pepper
The aroma of the cedar roasting on the grill was intoxicating. The fresh cedar smell penetrates the salmon and leaves it with the most delicious flavor.
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