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Cedar Planked Salmon with Blueberry Reduction Sauce and Peach Salad

  • Serves 4
  • Prep 35 mins
  • Ready-In 50 mins

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Cedar Planked Salmon with Blueberry Reduction Sauce and Peach Salad

This week's recipe is Super-Summery Salad with Planked Sockeye topped with a Blueberry Balsamic Reduction, but first, a quick a brush-up on planking technique.


Cedar Grilling Plank
One large salmon filet
Baby greens
Olive oil
Salt and pepper
1 cup fresh blueberries
2 fresh sliced peaches
1 cup balsamic vinegar


Soak your cedar grilling plank in water. An hour or two prior to grilling will work just fine, but a longer soak time permits the plank to absorb more moisture. This allows for more cedar-infused water vapor to be released during the grilling process.
Get your grill up to medium heat, 350 degrees. Place the wet plank on the pre-heated grill and heat plank for another 5 minutes before adding the fish. This allows the plank to begin to smoke.
Place your seasoned salmon on the plank and close grill lid, let cook for recommended time. The average fillet takes between 14-18 minutes, depending on thickness. No flipping, turning, or tweaking is needed. Once cooked, remove from the grill and enjoy!
So, for my salad, I used mixed baby greens, but just use whatever you have fresh in the fridge or from the garden, toss with a little olive oil, salt and fresh cracked pepper and top with hot salmon, blueberry balsamic reduction and freshly sliced peaches!
Blueberry Balsamic Reduction 1 cup Balsamic Vinegar 1 cup Fresh Blueberries, plus extra for fresh garnish Directions: - Macerate berries until juicy and then add vinegar. Let the berry juice and pulp meld with vinegar for up to an hour. - Pour blueberry and vinegar mixture through cheesecloth or very fine strainer to remove pulp and seeds. Bring strained blueberry vinegar to a simmer, whisking constantly.
Reduce vinegar down until desired viscosity- I like it pretty syrupy. Mix in fresh blueberries and top salmon with your hot Blueberry Balsamic Reduction!