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Product Description

Enjoy our wild caught sockeye salmon portions, now seasoned and placed on a convenient, ready to cook, cedar plank. Each portion is seasoned with a sweet and spicy dry rub then individually vacuum packaged on a pre-soaked cedar plank.  The dry rub is a delicious blend of sugar, salt, spices, garlic and yellow mustard seeds. Wild for Salmon sockeye salmon portions are wild caught and flash frozen to maintain freshness and quality, but can be defrosted overnight or thawed in cold water for a quicker option.

Sockeye Salmon is the most well-known of the Alaskan salmon species and has a deep red flesh, a rich flavor, and firm texture. Wild for Salmon sockeye is frozen just hours after catch to maintain the color, flavor, and texture we enjoy in the bay.

Cooking Instructions

Pre-seasoned planks can be cooked in the oven or on the grill.

Oven: Place the entire package in cool water for 30 minutes to thaw. Preheat oven to 425F. Place entire plank with salmon on top in a baking dish, place dish in oven and bake uncovered for 13-15 minutes. 

Grill: Place the entire package in cool water for 30 minutes to thaw. Preheat grill to medium-high heat. Place entire plank with salmon on top directly on grill rack. Cook for 12-13 minutes with cover closed. 

 

 

Seasoned Sockeye Portion on Cedar Plank

Seasoned Sockeye Portion on Cedar Plank

Regular price $13.50
Sale price $13.50 Regular price
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Sustainably Caught

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Sustainably Caught

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Product of USA

Product Description

Enjoy our wild caught sockeye salmon portions, now seasoned and placed on a convenient, ready to cook, cedar plank. Each portion is seasoned with a sweet and spicy dry rub then individually vacuum packaged on a pre-soaked cedar plank.  The dry rub is a delicious blend of sugar, salt, spices, garlic and yellow mustard seeds. Wild for Salmon sockeye salmon portions are wild caught and flash frozen to maintain freshness and quality, but can be defrosted overnight or thawed in cold water for a quicker option.

Sockeye Salmon is the most well-known of the Alaskan salmon species and has a deep red flesh, a rich flavor, and firm texture. Wild for Salmon sockeye is frozen just hours after catch to maintain the color, flavor, and texture we enjoy in the bay.

Cooking Instructions

Pre-seasoned planks can be cooked in the oven or on the grill.

Oven: Place the entire package in cool water for 30 minutes to thaw. Preheat oven to 425F. Place entire plank with salmon on top in a baking dish, place dish in oven and bake uncovered for 13-15 minutes. 

Grill: Place the entire package in cool water for 30 minutes to thaw. Preheat grill to medium-high heat. Place entire plank with salmon on top directly on grill rack. Cook for 12-13 minutes with cover closed. 

 

 

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Here at Wild for Salmon we are fishermen, we know the product, and we understand the responsibility that comes with earning your trust. Buying seafood can be a daunting experience, especially when you're buying online (check out our blog on how to find quality seafood online). We stand behind the quality of every product we sell—100% guaranteed. If we haven't caught the seafood ourselves, you can count on the fact that we only partner with trusted, like-minded fishermen and seafood operations.

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Just like buying seafood online, selecting your favorite seafood and preparing a delicious meal can be intimidating. That’s why we offer a wide array of resources to help guide you every step along the way. Or if you prefer, just pick up the phone and give us a call. We’re always excited to share our favorite recipes, answer your questions, or give you the latest update on the fishing season.

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With more than 19 years of fishing the waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska, we’ve learned success isn’t just about making the sale. It's about sharing our love of wild-caught seafood with customers across the nation. It's about appreciating and preserving the natural resources that sustain us all. And it's about giving back to organizations that help protect the pristine waters of Alaska through our Wildly Devoted campaign.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How will I receive my product?

Items are shipped in an insulated box with dry ice to keep items frozen until they reach your home. All orders are shipped via FedEx unless another carrier is requested by the customer. You will be emailed the tracking information as soon as the order ships. Please allow until 8PM for updated information from FedEx.

How is the fish packaged?

All products are Individually vacuum-sealed in BPA-free plastic.

What does “Sustainably Harvested” mean?

For sockeye salmon, the Alaska State Department of Fish and Game monitors all commercial, sport, and residential salmon fishing. This means a set number of permits are sold each season based on predictions of the number of salmon expected to return to spawn. As the salmon move towards the bay, researchers actively monitor their movement and count the number of salmon in each school. They then use this data to determine when the fishermen are allowed to fish, if the volume of salmon is too low they are not allowed to fish. Once the volume rises to a number which allows for enough fish to escape upstream to spawn, the fishermen are given a set amount of time that they are allowed to fish. This timed fishing allowance and escapement number is vital to the sustainability of salmon.

How should I store my seafood?

We guarantee the quality of our products to be maintained for one year from purchase when kept in proper conditions. All seafood should be kept in a freezer that maintains even temperature, do not store any seafood on the door or towards the front of the freezer, and do not stack other items on top of seafood. If your seafood loses its vacuum seal, plan to use those pieces first! They are still completely safe to eat but are more prone to freezer burn. Freezer burn is the process of water being pulled from the fish and turned into ice crystals.