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1 whole salmon filet, farm raised*
2 tbsp Head Country Championship Seasoning, Sweet & Spicy
1/3 C Head Country Bar-B-Q Sauce
Fresh parsley, chopped
1. Prepare grill (I use my Traeger Grill): Turn the grill onto SMOKE for 5 minutes and leave the lid open. After 5 mins, turn the grill to 325°F.
2. Line grill with a sheet of foil.
3. Once preheated, place salmon on foil and brush with Head Country Bar-B-Q Sauce. Then, season with Head Country Championship Seasoning, Sweet and Spicy.
4. Cook for 20-28 minutes depending on the size of your salmon. Use a thermometer probe if necessary. It should read 145°F.
*It was recommended to use farm-raised salmon, as they tend to be a little more fatty and yield a more juicy piece of salmon. Feel free to use wild caught, just be pragmatic about the cooking time.