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Simple Dry Cure for Smoked Salmon

A Lower 48 reader sent in this recipe for "brining" your salmon for the smoker. Its quick and simple and doesn't even require mixing up a solution. For those who like just a straight-forward flavor as I do, this one is worth a try. This one was submitted by R. Wagner.
  • Fillet your salmon, wash, and pat dry.

  • Place a layer of fish in a plastic container.

  • Sprinkle with brown sugar & salt mixture.

  • Alternate layers of fish and cure mix.

  • Cover and place in refrigerator overnight.

  • Drain off the water and wash fillets, then air dry until tacky.

  • Put in smoker for roughly 4-6 hours or until done.

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