2 pounds fresh salmon fillet — heaviest, thickest part
Your favorite marinade or rub
Rub or marinate salmon as desired (never marinate any seafood longer than 30 minutes).
For indoor grilling, preheat your George Foreman grill.
Place the fillets on the hot grill and grill 2 – 3 minutes for each 1⁄2" of thickness. To test for doneness, press a fillet with your finger. It should break easily into flakes when fully cooked.
NOTES: Halibut, tuna, marlin, blue fish, sea bass and others make a good substitute for salmon.
**For those of you using a gas grill, preheat the grill on high for about 15 minutes. For charcoal, light and let burn until charcoal is ash covered approx 30 minutes. For the oven, preheat to 350.
Standard cooking time for any fish is 10 minutes per inch of thickness.