Napoleon Cedar Planks 67034

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Soak in water for a minimum of 2 hours, then brush the top with oil and lay meats or fish on the plank, cook in gas or charcoal barbecue and the wood flavour infuses with your meat. Cedar is ideal for fleshy fish and superb for Salmon!
  • Part Number: 67034
  • Barcode: 629162670342
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Read the Napoleon Cedar Planks 67034 Reviews (Overall Rating: 8 out of 10)

Good flavour but warped  -  Good flavour but they warped a lot so tricky to use more than one cook
(30/07/2016) Chris - Cardiff
"Cedar Planked Salmon"
• 4 skinless salmon fillets (175g each)
• 2 tbsp of Bone Dust BBQ Seasoning (see below)
• 2 crushed garlic cloves
• 2 spring onion, finely chopped
• 2 whole lemons
• 40 g of chopped fresh dill
• 75 g of chopped shallots
• 2 tbsp of Seafood Plank Seasoning (see below)
• 2 tbsp of olive oil
• sea salt


Preheat your barbecue to medium-high heat. Season salmon fillets with Bone Dust BBQ Seasoning; set aside. Mix together the garlic, spring onions, the juice of one lemon, dill, shallots, Seafood Plank Seasoning, olive oil and salt to taste. Spread the mixture evenly over the salmon fillet.
Season plank with additional sea salt. Place plank on grill and close lid. Heat the plank for 3 to 5 minutes, until it starts to crackle and smoke.
Open lid and place the salmon fillets on the plank. Close the lid and plank grill for 12 to 15 minutes, until salmon flakes slightly when pressed. Remove plank from grill and cool for 1 minute. Squeeze remaining lemon over salmon fillets before serving.


Bone Dust BBQ Seasoning

• 60 g paprika
• 30 g chilli powder
• 3 tbsp salt
• 2 tbsp ground coriander
• 2 tbsp garlic powder
• 2 tbsp granulated white sugar
• 2 tbsp mild Indian curry powder
• 2 tbsp dry English mustard (e.g Coleman’s)
• 1tbsp freshly ground black pepper
• 1tbsp dried basil
• 1tbsp dried thyme
• 1tbsp ground cumin
• 1tbsp cayenne

Seafood Plank Seasoning

• 100 g light brown sugar
• 50 g freshly ground black pepper
• 50 g ground sea salt
• 3 tbsp dried onion
• 2 tbsp mustard seeds, ground coarsely
• 1 tsp dried dill
• 1 tbsp dill seed
• 1 tbsp coriander seed
• 1 tbsp lemon pepper seasoning
• 2 tsp garlic powder

For each of the seasonings, mix all of the ingredients together in a large bowl. Transfer to tightly sealed containers and store in a cool dry place for up to 6 months.

A Guide to Plank Cooking:

The origin of cooking on wood is unclear, some say that it was brought to North America by Scandinavian settlers, others, including Napoleon® Grills’ chef Ted Reader believes that it originated in the Pacific Northwest and was used as a cooking method for fish by the Native Haida people. But the earliest documented recipe for plank cooking – chicken and duchess potatoes – appeared in the Boston Cooking School Cookbook in 1911 and was written by Fannie Farmer.

The choice of wood determines the special flavour associated with plank cooking, as the natural oils and moisture found in the wood infuses into the food. It is an easy way to cook on a barbecue; no turning, no messy clearing up, a hot, fast way to smoke food without the need for a smoker.

The technique is simple with just a few Plank Rules:

• Soak the plank for a minimum of 1 hour, better still overnight, keeping submerged with a weight.
• Preheat the grill, with the grill lid closed until at temperature, put the plank on the grill for three to five minutes until it begins to crackle and smoke, then place food on the plank.
• For added flavour, season the plank with sea salt, ground pepper or fresh herbs.
• Once used and food served, place the hot plank into a bucket of cold water to cool.

Recipe thanks to Ted Reader