Cedar Plank Wild Salmon
Wild salmon, opposed to farm raised, has on average 20% more protein and is higher in Omega 3 fatty acid. Every May the first salmon of the season return to the rivers and streams of Alaska with the Copper River being one of the first to produce delicious King, Sockeye and Silver salmon. Because the river is so swift the salmon must store extra fat and oils in order to survive the long trip. This high fat and oil content is why Copper River salmon are recognized as some of the tastiest and richest fish in the world.
To prepare a fresh, delicious and easy Wild Salmon entree on cedar planks, watch this video.