|Barbecuing Using Planks
Rainbow trout or your selection of fish
Red cedar plank cooking was discovered by Canadian Pacific Northwest Aboriginals many years ago.
A super way of smoking your fish and you don't need a lid on your barbecue.
The planks can be used 4 or 5 times if you look after them and they don't char to badly.
Just soak the cedar plank in water for about an hour and then lay the seasoned rainbow trout onto the plank.
Barbecue using the direct or indirect method.
The moisture from the wood is released in a smokey aroma and flavours the fish.
Serve on the plank with salad and bread and butter
Enjoy the taste of Canadian Barbecue
BBQ Tips and Ideas
Most types of fish are suitable for plank cooking. Fresh fish always gives the best results.
Salmon and Tuna are delicious.
Barbecuing with grilling planks and pork ribs for the main course, see photo above.
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