COOK ONCE/EAT TWICE
Planked salmon and roasted veggies become a yummy pasta salad.
Planked salmon is simple to prepare, the plank acting as a buffer between the delicate fish and intense heat of the grill while infusing the meat with flavour as it smoulders. Untreated cedar planks are inexpensive, and can be found in the seafood department of most grocery stores. Coat any veggies you have on hand, like asparagus, broccolini, peppers and zucchini, in oil and grill them alongside the salmon. Leftovers can be tossed into a quick pasta salad for lunch or dinner the next day.
Substitute steelhead trout
for salmon, it has a similar look and taste.