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What’s the best temperature for hot smoked salmon?

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Smoke salmon at temperature between 150-180 F, until it reaches internal temperature of 135-140 F. The lower you are able to keep the smoker temperature, the better, this way the salmon will remain moist and won't overcook. But on the other side lower smoker temperature will take longer time to cook the fish.

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