I'm back with some more salmon. This time I combined it with one of my favorite types of food...BBQ. I'm partial to Kansas City Barbecue, but I came to appreciate Texas on our trip to Austin. So when Stubb's Barbecue Sauce was on sale at the store recently I loaded up and put it to use along with some Arthur Bryant's Rub.
I rubbed the Salmon with the Arthur Bryant's Rub, threw it on the grill, basted it with some barbecue sauce and a quick and easy dinner was served. Easy as that...three ingredient dinner. Just what I'm looking for after a long day of work.
We ate this straight up, but it would be delicious served over rice or shredded into salad.
We just grilled one salmon fillet and cut it in half, but adjust the amount of salmon you need based on how many you are serving.
1 Salmon fillet
Arthur Bryant's Barbecue Rub (can be substituted with another brand)
Stubb's Barbecue Sauce (also can be substituted with another brand)
Preheat grill to medium heat.
Rub salmon well with barbecue rub on both sides.
Place salmon on pre heated grill, and cook for about 6 to 8 minutes on each side. Basting with barbecue sauce on each side as you cook.