Cedar Plank Dill Butter Salmon

This recipe has been one of my FAVORITE MEALS for a LONG time. My husband and I stumbled upon cooking salmon this way early into dating. We make it weekly, so it only seemed fitting that it would be my first food post.

We love cooking this meal because it is so healthy and we can cook just about any vegetable with it. Our favorite vegetable with it is roasted zucchini or broccoli. I typically buy a large salmon filet and cut it up into smaller filets and freeze the rest! This is a great last minute grill night meal, and it is as good as going out to eat!

We typically get our cedar planks from Costco, but you can also order them off of Amazon. There is a 9 pack for $14.99. Once cedar plank can easily fit about four salmon filets on it. Make sure to soak your cedar plank before putting it on the grill. This is a crucial step!

Cedar Plank Dill Butter Salmon
Serves: 4

Things you will need:
Charcoal Grill
Cedar Plank

4 6 oz salmon filets
4 tablespoons of butter
2 garlic cloves
2 dill weed sprigs
3/4 teaspoon Himalayan pink salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
Preheat a charcoal grill to 350.
Meanwhile, soak the cedar
plank in water. Melt the butter.
Mince the garlic cloves and
dill weed sprigs.
Stir the garlic and dill weed
into the melted butter and set
in fridge to harden the butter.
Next, pat the salmon dry and
sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Place the cedar plank on the
preheated grill and allow it
to become fragrant on the grill
for about 10 minutes.
Place the salmon on the cedar
plank and cook for 10 minutes.
Then, spoon hardened dill butter
on each salmon filet.
Turn the grill up to 450 and
continue cooking for 5 minutes
or until you reach desired
salmon temperature.

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