I have three "non-fish eaters" in the family and they love this dish as well. I have prepared it numerous times for family and friends and it's always a hit, with many going back for seconds. I would recommend preparing extra sauce as many enjoy it over a side dish of brown/wild rice.
Grilled Salmon with North African Flavors
Our version of the classic North African herb paste known as chermoula serves as both a marinade and a sauce for this richly flavored salmon. If it is too cool to grill outdoors, you can roast the salmon at 450 degrees F for 12 to 15 minutes.
3 Reviews for Grilled Salmon with North African Flavors
Your version of this classic is yummy, CHOUKRAN! its wonderful aroma and flavour brought back fond memories of N.Africa's best sights, smells and tastes... Charmoula/Shermula is perfect for other uses too, absolutely yummy on lamb, chicken... salmon or tuna steaks... grilled veggies, etc.
My husband liked this, but said he wouldn't want it multiple nights in a row. I was no fan of this recipe. It's got intense flavor, which is great, but I just didn't love it. I did put it in the oven instead of grilling, and it worked out great--perfectly cooked.
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