Bacon wrapped Salmon filets... Man!

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  1. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    These turned out great!

    They totally tasted like smoked salmon...
    Super juicy too...

    The one piece that was left over I ate cold and it was fantastic...

    2" strips (back to belly), seasoned generously with Old Bay, rolled in a single slice of bacon,
    toothpicked, sauteed on each side for 5 minutes for color and crispy bacon,
    then tossed into a 450F oven for 5 minutes...

    It was the first time I tried doing it...

    Here's a pic...

    [​IMG]

    ;c
     
  2. jm_usmc

    jm_usmc Two eagles

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    That looks great. I'll have to give something like that a try.
     

  3. EUPHER49

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    Anything wrapped in bacon is yummy.


    This looks good tho', I'll have to try it!!!
     
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    ditto

    Bacon is the wonder flavor and moisturizer.
     
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    4TS&W 2A RKBA 4EVER

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    BTDT with Dolphin (aka Dorado, Mahi-mahi)

    YUMMY!!!
     
  6. PDogSniper

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    I don't care if they taste good or not, that's a pretty nice pic...
     
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    very true. grilled dove wrapped in bacon is one of my favorites.
     
  8. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    Thanks P...

    ;c
     
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    Do you take the skin off when you do this?
     
  10. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Millennium Member

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    Yeah I did...

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    I use the skin to wrap around hotdogs and deep fry...

    I'm kidding... I'm a kidder...

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  11. PDogSniper

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    Dang I'm glad you said you were kidding because I can't think of anything grosser... Salmon skin is nasty, should make good thin skinned leather...
     
  12. I See Antis

    I See Antis HelloEddyMurphy

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    While a freshman in college I discovered that bacon could be included in EVERY meal. I refer to it as, "The Universal Meat" :cool:.
     
  13. Barth Boffo

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    For accuracy's sake....You were not sauting the salmon
    for five minutes on each side; you were searing it.

    Incidently, unless you like your salmon well done, five
    minutes on each side should cook it to medium with no
    further cooking requires.