There are lots and lots of spectacular salmon recipes out there. I have drooled and lusted over most every one, eagerly deciding that I will make each one. And so, they quickly find themselves being pushed, shoved and crammed into my ever-growing “favorites box.”
And yet, time after time, I always find myself coming back to this single, tried and true, very (very!) simple recipe.
2 tsp. soy sauce. sprinkle of garlic. parsley. 2 lb. wild caught salmon.
It makes me happy.
The sides are always kept just as simple, for simplicity’s sake.
1 bunch asparagus. 2 tsp olive oil. sea salt and pepper.
Because, you know, sometimes you need to get all gussied up. All fancy schmancy. Ready for the red carpet.
And sometimes–most times--you just need to embrace simple.
Simple. Delicious. Simply delicious.
(Serves about 6)
- 2 lb. wild caught salmon
- 2 tsp soy sauce
- garlic powder
- Heat the grill to medium.
- Drizzle soy sauce evenly over flesh side of salmon fillets. Sprinkle liberally with garlic powder and parsley. Place skin side down on grill and cook for 4-5 minutes. Flip. Continue cooking another 4-5 minutes. Salmon is ready when it flakes easily. Try to avoid overcooking, as this will dry out the end result! Enjoy!