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Source: Seattle Times Grilling with Cedar Planks Barbecuing on cedar planks adds a unique flavor, and it’s also a beautiful way to present food. It’s easy to do if you follow some simple guidelines.
Soak the plank for one to 12 hours before using it to grill food. This keeps the wood from burning and also helps to keep the food moist while it’s cooking. Make sure to weigh down the plank with a heavy bowl as it soaks, so it’s completely immersed.
Many people use salted water for soaking. Try fruit juice or wine for an extra-zesty flavor.
Brush the presoaked plank as well as the fish and other food with oil right before grilling to avoid sticking.
Cure a new cedar plank by placing it on the grill, closing the lid, and heating for two minutes on each side. This enhances the flavor and helps avoid warping.
If you’re using a charcoal grill, place the plank over ash-coated coals. For a gas grill, preheat to high and then turn down to medium for cooking.
Wood conducts heat more slowly than your metal grill, so plank-cooked foods will need to cook a bit longer than other grilled foods.
Remember, salmon and other fish will continue to cook after removal from the heat.
After removing the grilled food, scrape the plank clean and the soak it in a container of warm water without soap.
Planks may be reused two or three times, even if charred. If the wood is completely blistered, break it up and use it as smoking chips Source: Seattle Times Minimum Order $150, Online Sales Only, Valid Thru August 15, 2021