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Discussion in 'Fish' started by troy peters, Nov 12, 2013.

  1. troy peters

    troy peters Newbie

    Some coho fillets being put in a dry brine. I use a mixture of 1 part salt and 2 part brown sugar. These will stay in the brine for 3 days until the brine has completely penetrated the entire fillet.
  2. That sounds delicious! I'd be sneaking in and eating them right now! How fun! Cheers! - Leah
  3. troy peters

    troy peters Newbie

  4. troy peters

    troy peters Newbie

    Fillets have been taken out of the brine and rinsed. Then dried off with paper towel. Next they will go into the Bradley for about 6 hours with alder pucks. The outside tempeture is slightly below freezing so I will be able to keep the inside cooler and get ore smoke into them before turning on the heating element towards the end to finish them.
  5. That's looking so good!!! Happy Saturday!!! - Cheers! - Leah
  6. troy peters

    troy peters Newbie

    Here's the finished product. :)
  7. goliath

    goliath Smoking Fanatic

    jeezuz.... i took ya fishing and let ya use THE PUNISHER .......

    ya better drop some by the "shelter"

    for a beer and a taste ya big bugger ...   ha ha ha

    looks great Troy ... i wont be sure its not steelhead till i taste some  :0)
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  8. troy peters

    troy peters Newbie

    Hahaha don't worry I have some set aside for ya.
  9. Wow! I've followed along (via your process and this thread) and must say that your finished product looks stunning! Enjoy, enjoy! Fantastic stuff. Cheers! - Leah