The dill, lemon and smokiest of the cedar wood combine for delicious salmon.
This dish is worth giving a go and is super easy.
- Salt and Pepper
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Step 1: To Start We Need to Do Is Soak Our Cedar Wood.
This will help the wood to smoke not burn.
Let it soak for a least an hour.
You can pick out cedar planks from your local hardware store or BBQ store.
Step 2: Next We Need to Setup the BBQ, Light a Chimney of Charcoal.
Set up the charcoal on both sides of the BBQ.
Step 3: After an Hour Remove the Cedar Plank From the Water.
Lay the plank over the charcoal for about 30 seconds, just to dry out the side the salmon will be sitting on.
Step 4: Layout Your Fillets of Salmon on the Cedar Plank.
Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Layout the dill leaves on top of the salmon.
Finally top the salmon with slices of lemon.
As the salmon cooks the flavours from the dill and lemon with sink into the meat.
Step 5: Place the Salmon In-between the Two Piles of Charcoal.
Cover with the lid and cook for 15 to 20 at a temp of 390f or 200c.
Step 6: To Test When the Salmon Is Ready, Use a Fork to Pull Apart One of the Edges.
When it flakes away nicely it ready to come off the BBQ.