Cedar Baking Plank with Recipe Book (9.5x16-in.)
The Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest were the first to come up with the idea of cooking fish on wood. While they grilled theirs on an open fire outdoors, you can now grill yours at home in the oven with this Cedar Plank. Made to withstand the heat of the oven (even 350 degrees won't begin t... See complete description »
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The Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest were the first to come up with the idea of cooking fish on wood. While they grilled theirs on an open fire outdoors, you can now grill yours at home in the oven with this Cedar Plank. Made to withstand the heat of the oven (even 350 degrees won't begin to char it), it can be used to impart a rich, woodsy smell to your favorite fish - bass, trout, halibut and salmon. To use, just place the fish on top of the plank and place in your oven. The cooking time will be a little longer since the wood doesn't conduct heat as quickly, but the end result will be worth the wait. Included is The Cedar Plank Cookbook filled with 15 recipes. After grilling, let the plank cool then re-tighten the screws using a 7/16 Alan wrench (not included - see your local hardware store).
I had too high of hopes for the Cedar board. Although it did not really change the flavor, it does keep the food juicy. It's a great way to cook vegetables as well.
The plank' back edge was all slivers, including a couple of very large ones which my husband had to sand down so it would be safe to use without huge slivers. Also, the recipe book had nothing to say about seasoning the plank prior to use. <br> We are anxious to use it for salmon in particular, so we will not be returning it. It was a long wait for this handmade product, and we will use as is.
This is the second cedar plank I have bought. This one is going to a friend who liked the salmon my husband cooked on the plank. The plank adds a flavor like no other. Excellent.
The recipe book provided with this plank is not well written. I have been using a cedar plank for years. The instructions provided with my old plank are spot on. This book tells you to preheat the plank but does not tell you at what temperature or for how long. I used it for salmon and the book instructs to turn the salmon after 10 minutes. I have never turned my salmon and it's been fine. I didn't turn it this time either and it was fine -- actually very good.
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