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Made some more Candy!

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Thanks to a good friend I was able to come by some Salmon for smoking. I did up my usual recipe for candy salmon with my secret sauce.:Oh Yeah!:

I wanted t get it done in time for Christmas and before it got to cold outside.
Stunk up the neighbor hood I did!



 
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It took me a while to get the temperature adjusted. I don't like a lot of heat but I need some or its just sushi lol. The colder ambient temperature created a few issues but it turned out great. All Vacuum packed and in the freezer. Next year I hope to catch my own fish, lol.
 
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Fireball! I might have to give that a try, Lol. The brine is the usual brown sugar after I apply rock salt for an hour and rinse it off.

The secret is in the coating I put on a couple of times during the smoke. I use apple and cherry wood.

The sauce has things like molasses, rum, Brown sugar, Maple syrup and a big jar of Louise's homemade hot pepper jelly, with some chilly peppers thrown in.:good on ya:
 

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Fireball! I might have to give that a try, Lol. The brine is the usual brown sugar after I apply rock salt for an hour and rinse it off.

The secret is in the coating I put on a couple of times during the smoke. I use apple and cherry wood.

The sauce has things like molasses, rum, Brown sugar, Maple syrup and a big jar of Louise's homemade hot pepper jelly, with some chilly peppers thrown in.:good on ya:
That sounds delicious!!!! I always buy some homemade hot pepper jelly at our local farmers market....it's good stuff.
 
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Thanks guys. When I lived in Victoria, I would wait until winter to do it so the internal temp doesn't go over 100 F.
Here I couldn't get it hot enough and had to use the oven heater to bring it up. First batch took longer than expected so more smokey than the second batch but warmed up in the micro wave and by itself or other goodies, its a Christmas treat.
 
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Lol, Sorry Mike. Not sure if Canada post would be into mailing fish! Should anyone be heading your way I would be happy to pass along a taste or two!

Rob said he would drop by, but haven't seen him yet! Oh well more for me I guess!
 

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