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I just began Salmon fishing and was did fairly well (for me) this past fall. A gent at work gave me a recipe that I recommend. I'm not much for fishy tasting fish (yeah, I know, makes sense).

Anyway, soak the salmon in milk overnight to draw out that taste.
Using foil, lay down either honey or sugar cured ham. Lay the fillet on the ham. Sprinkle some brown suger onto the salmon and cover with remaining ham. Wrap in foil and grill until done, maybe 20 minutes, depending on the size of the fillet.

Fed this to some fellow fisherman and they immediately cooked some up at home.
 

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Sounds good

I have grilled salmon before using tin foil. I took a filet and put some butter on the foil. Then put the salmon on there and put onions, green peppers, and seasoning. Next I poured a bit of Italian Dressing over it and grilled for a bit then flipped over and grilled a bit more. When you pull it off the grill you can sprinkle a bit of grated cheese on it.

Mines not a new recipe I'm sure but similar in hiding the fishy taste.

I'll have to give yours a try.
 

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Both sound tasty but whats wrong with salmon that tastes like salmon. Heres one of my favorites.

Use 50% Ranch Dressing and 50% ceasar dresing and marinade over night,
They say for every inch thick fish should be cooked for 10 minutes whether grilling, broilering or whatever.
This will not be real fishy but you will still pick up some salmon taste.
 
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