Grilling season with pride of bristol bay

Grilling Season with Pride of Bristol Bay

And just like that, grilling season is upon us.

As late-spring turns into early-summer, we look forward to fishing season, family barbecues, hanging outside with friends, and, of course, entertaining. That is one of our favorite things to do in the summer – entertain. When it involves being outdoors with the grill fired up, yard games sprawled across the grass, and friends having fun, there’s no better way to spend the weekend with your loved ones. With that in mind, we wanted to bring you a few grilling tips and tricks for our wild-caught sockeye salmon, from Bristol Bay Alaska. We have the best sockeye salmon you’ll ever have – guaranteed.

Grilling salmon is one of our favorite ways to enjoy this delicious fish. If you received our Wildly Devoted Dinner Box, you would have received this recipe, but if you didn’t, you can click here. We recommend grilling your salmon low and slow. In other words, just barely sear the flesh-side first, and then flip the salmon to the skin-side, and let it cook through to your preference. To prep your salmon for the grill, we love the “Rub with Love Salmon Seasoning”, click here to purchase. We also enjoy grilling our salmon with the basics: salt, pepper, a little bit of lemon, and parsley. Let that marinate in olive oil for a few hours, then grill.

Not only will you love these recipes, but your guests will love them too. Keep in mind that sales are unavailable in June, July, and August. Therefore, be sure to order your case today – either filets or portions. You’ll be able to entertain all summer long and restock in the fall. Enjoy the rest of May, and stay tuned for updates out of Bristol Bay Alaska as we head into our fishing season.

Alaska Wild Caught Sockeye Salmon Grilling Inspiration

Serves 8

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Thaw Alaska Wild Caught Sockeye Salmon portions (snip for safety)
  2. Pat dry with paper towel
  3. Season both sides with Tom Douglas’ Rub with Love Salmon Rub

Grilling: 

Over med-high heat place season salmon portions directly on lightly oiled grill, skin side down. Close grill lid and cook 12 – 15 minutes or until the salmon reaches an internal temp of 140F.

Pan Frying: 

Heat 3-5 T of olive oil in a heavy bottomed saute pan over med high heat. Place seasoned salmon portions presentation side down and cook for 1 min. Turn salmon portions over and finish cooking for another 5-7 minutes skin side down or until the salmon reaches an internal temp of 140F.

Conventional Oven: 

Preheat oven to 400F. Place seasoned salmon on a nonstick baking tray and bake for 8-10 minutes or until the salmon reaches an internal temperature of 140F.

Nutritional Information: 

Sockeye salmon portions are great for health enthusiasts eating Ketogenic, Whole30, Gluten Free or Paleo because they are high in protein, with zero carbs. Wild caught salmon is a great source of iron, selenium, Vitamins A, B, D, and heart-healthy omega 3’s.