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How long salt salmon before cooking?

Asked: Brent Bellefleur, Last Updated:

Salt it Just Before Cooking. Never sprinkle salmon with salt more than 15 minutes ahead of cooking. If you salt salmon too early, it will dry out when you cook it. Wait until you are ready to throw it on the pan or onto the grill to lightly dust it with salt.

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