Celebrate the 4th of July with delicious Firecracker Salmon Steaks.  These firecrackers are legal.  Don’t worry about the setting the house on fire just enjoy the taste that is sure to light up your taste buds.  Lots of people prefer fish steaks.  I think that this is because once cut the meat is uniform which makes cooking easier.  I guess it would be a lot easier if all I did was steak wild caught King Salmon.  We were raised on wild caught King Salmon fillets instead of steaks.  I don’t really know why.  Maybe because with the skin stays on the wild caught King Salmon which you remove while eating.  The skin on the fillet remains on the grill.  Who knows?

Imagine Balsamic Vinegar, Chili Sauce, and Brown Sugar mixed together as a marinade for the Firecracker Salmon Steak.  Bang, bang, bang is what comes to my mind. Cooking this recipe as a steak allowed me to marinade both sides of the Salmon steak whereas I wouldn’t have been able to do so with a fillet.  I actually grilled the Firecracker King Salmon steak on the stovetop in a grill pan.  It worked fabulously and tasted even better.  You notice I was able to get the grill lines by not moving the salmon steak for awhile during the cooking process.  Outdoor grill or indoor grill you will still achieve the best tasting Firecracker Salmon Steaks ever![wpurp-searchable-recipe]Firecracker Salmon Steaks – – Balsamic Vinegar, Bottled Chili Sauce, light brown sugar packed, minced garlic, grated ginger, Italian Parsley chopped, Cayenne Pepper, Red Pepper Flakes, Wild Caught King Salmon, Rinse the wild caught King Salmon and pat dry.
Whisk together all the ingredients for the sauce.
Heat your grill or broiler.
Brush the marinade on the salmon steaks.
Broil 5 minutes per side.
Continue to brush the marinade on the steaks during the 5 minutes.
Check to see if the salmon flakes and is evenly colored.
The salmon will continue to cook after it’s been removed.; – [/wpurp-searchable-recipe]