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Two Planking Recipes
by Kathy and Bruce Jacobs

Have you seen the great cedar boards available for planking meat? Well, here is your chance to try them out. These two recipes, one for chicken and the other for salmon both work great!

Planked Chicken Breasts

Ingredients

3 lbs. boneless, skinless chicken breasts
Italian seasoning (lots)
1 tbs. garlic powder
2 cooking planks
Water

Preparation Steps

  • Place a garbage bag in a large dish tub. Place planks in bag.
  • Fill bag with enough water to cover planks. Close bag and weigh down planks with rocks so they stay submerged in the water. Let planks sit for at least 1 hour.
  • When planks are done soaking, rub both sides of each chicken breast with Italian seasoning and garlic powder.
  • Remove planks from water.
  • Place chicken breasts on planks.
  • Place planks on grill.
  • Cover grill and let cook until chicken reaches 180 degrees. Beware of overcooking chicken or you will have chicken jerky instead!
  • Remove chicken from boards and eat. Burn boards in fire. Do not reuse boards!

Planked Fish

Ingredients

Fresh fish fillets (salmon works best)
Lemon pepper
Garlic
Onion powder
Other spices if desired
Planks
Water

Preparation Steps

  • Place a garbage bag in a large dish tub. Place planks in bag.
  • Fill bag with enough water to cover planks. Close bag and weigh down planks with rocks so they stay submerged in the water. Let planks sit for at least 1 hour.
  • When planks are done soaking, rub non-skin side of fish fillet with seasonings.
  • Remove planks from water.
  • Place fish fillets on planks skin side down.
  • Place planks on grill.
  • Cover grill and let cook until fish flakes easily with a fork (about 20 minutes)..
  • Remove fish from boards and eat. Burn boards in fire. Do not reuse boards!


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