Have you cooked this before?

@Effusive (156)
United States
April 27, 2009 11:33am CST
Good afternoon friends, I need some help here. Does anyone have any ideas on different ways to cook salmon? I would love to grill it but have no grill. I do have a George Foreman though so has anyone cooked it on there and knows how it taste? Will that dry it out as that is the problem that I sometimes have with the George Foreman? I just want to do something different with it instead of just putting it in the frying pan. Any recipes or suggestions would be welcomed. I will say though that I do like my salmon juicy. I do not wish to fry it as we just had fried chicken last night. Thanks Happy Posting:)
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@caver1 (1765)
• United States
27 Apr 09
I think the George Foreman Grill would work well. I usually broil mine. I just add some spices, maybe galic and rosemary or dill. Just be sure to not overcook on the grill as that could dry it out. Good Eating!
@Effusive (156)
• United States
28 Apr 09
Yeah see that is what I am afraid of as this happens sometimes when I use the grill. I just have to keep a watchful eye on it. The last time I put whitey's on the George Foreman they shrank a lot. They were not dry but they were considerably smaller than what they were when I put them in. I will try it though as I am willing to try anything in the kitchen. I love cooking and trying new things. Thanks for taking the time to respond to my question.
@Effusive (156)
• United States
15 May 09
Just wanted to let you know carver1 that the other day I cooked the salmon on the George Foreman and it came out great. I used thyme, sweet basil, and seasoning salt. I also marinated it w/ lemon juice. It was very juicy and didn't come out dry. Thanks
@caver1 (1765)
• United States
15 May 09
I bet marinating it helped it to not dry out. Thanks for the BR
@marguicha (133495)
• Chile
27 Apr 09
I come from a country that exports salmon so I eat it about once a week. A couple of years ago, I went with my niece for vacations to a place where we had a studio with only a microwave oven. She wanted salmon. I put the salmon (salted, peppered, a bit of lemon juice)over a bed of onions (thin julienne). I covered the plate with another one aqnd put it 5 min (took a look) and finished it as needed. It turned out juicy and wonderful. Easy too. I served it with microwave oven cooked yuca , lettuce and tomato salad.
@Effusive (156)
• United States
28 Apr 09
Wow that's good. From what you wrote I gathered that it taste good as well. I do not really use the microwave to much. I see my sister cooking a lot of things in there though. Thanks for the advice I am pretty sure I will try it one day when I am crunched for time and I have taken out the salmon. We actually had leftovers as my errands ran over today. I will cook the salmon tomorrow and let you know how I ended up making it. Happy Posting :)