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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Tatonka Dusted Crab Stuffed Salmon





This is one of my favorite ways to smoke salmon. Stuffed with crab! Doesn't get much better than that for me. :) 

I made my crab stuffing mixture, crab meat, lemon pepper, minced scallions, garlic, parsley, salt and pepper...



trimmed the salmon filet, smoked the trimmings for snacking.



made slits for lemon slices...



also made slits for the crab stuffing...



Sprinkled the stuffed salmon with Tatonka Dust...



Then into the Memphis Pro...


Started out smoking low, then upped the heat to 325F for the remainder of the cook...



added a pan of rice to catch some smoke.. rice, chicken stock and herbs..



the salmon is ready when the juice starts to rise to the top..








I cranked the heat up to 650F to grill some asparagus..





The smokey rice, grilled asparagus and Tatonka Dusted crab stuffed salmon..












All I can say is I love this stuff!! The sprinkle of Tatonka Dust was a nice addition. Will make it again hopefully in the near future. :)




12 comments:

langela said...

And I was over here all proud of myself for making a lasagna tonight. Then I come here and see this salmon perfection and want to slink into a hole.

Michael Buesing said...

well, that looks amazing!

Mrs. JP said...

5 star yum!

Cindy said...

Holy Fresh Water Fish!!! I haven't finished breakfast and I'm ready to tear into this meal. I never appreciated salmon until a friend smoked it. I love it! Saving this page for near term use.

cowgirl said...

lol langela! Lasagna takes a lot more time for me to fix than this salmon. I bet yours was tasty!! Thanks, hope you have a nice weekend! :)

cowgirl said...

Mike thanks! It's nice to see you, thanks for stopping by! :)

cowgirl said...

Thank you Mrs JP! Hope you have a nice weekend! :)

cowgirl said...

lol Cindy thanks!! :) Hope you give it a try sometime! Thanks for stopping by too. :)

cjbstar said...

I discovered your blog recently. I sure have enjoyed reading your posts. Can't wait to try some of your recipes. I know it is hard work to be that self sufficient, but I bet it is absolutely worth it. Thanks for having your blog. I live in rural south Texas so I enjoy the snow pictures very much, no snow here.

cowgirl said...

Thanks so much cjbstar! I appreciate you stopping by. :)

mmmgoblubbq said...

Another great post! This has my mouth watering. This is on my list for sure. Great job!

cowgirl said...

Joe! It's good to see you. :)
Hope winter was good to ya!
Thanks for stopping by...