|BC Wild Salmon is one of the world's most abundant pure foods. It is naturally organic, high in omega-3 oil, and it tastes great!|
BC Wild Salmon FIRST NATIONS RECIPES
First Nations people in British Columbia have been catching and cooking Wild Salmon for countless generations.
Candied Wild Salmon is a treat no one should miss, especially when it's sweetened with Canadian Maple Syrup!
Wild Salmon is more than food for First Nations people, it also represents sacred heritage and a way of life.
First Nations Fishermen know more about the spirituality of Wild Salmon than anyone in Canada.
Here's a simple BBQ technique that lets the salmon do all the work. Sprinkle a little salt to the flesh-side of your Wild Salmon and place it on the BBQ skin side up on medium high heat. Don't over cook it though or it will dry out. It should come off the grill easily without tearing. Lift it gently, and if it sticks to the grill leave it. Properly cooked Wild Salmon will flake easily and be succulent and moist.
Here's a page from British Columbia Magazine with 3 great Lil'wat recipes;
1/ Bannock .. 2/ Smoked Wild Salmon & Bannock Panini .. 3/ Candied Salmon - Enjoy!
The CAMUS Cookbook has great First Nations recipes too! Nuu-chah-nulth Feasting Project
Here's an interesting video of how to cook Wild Salmon in the traditional way over open fire.
Before you cook it though, you have to know How to BUY WILD SALMON
If you buy it whole or catch it you'll have to clean and dress it - here's a video to show you how.
RECIPE links for Chefs, Family Meals, First Nations, BBQ/Shoreline, Kids, Babies, or use the drop down navigation bar for a variety of great wild BC salmon recipe ideas and cooking secrets.