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  • Ditch The Beef…Go With The Salmon For Your 4th of July Cookout

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    Sure, the hamburger is great, a little overplayed in my opinion, but still delicious in the summer. But why not upgrade to a salmon burger this July 4th? There are so many recipes out there, but the crucial part is where to get the salmon. Whole Foods in Cleveland Heights is your best bet! Here is one recipe that will be great this Father's Day weekend:

    Hoisin is a sweet yet complex Chinese condiment that you can find in the Asian section of just about every supermarket these days. The hoisin-based barbecue sauce is especially delicious with rich salmon, but it would also be great with beef or turkey burgers. The pickled ginger and cabbage slaw, which contain quintessentially Asian ingredients such as garlic, rice wine vinegar, and toasted sesame oil, are an ideal way to add some fresh crunch to the burger.

    Salmon Burger

    To form the burgers, cut the salmon into large pieces and then coarsely chop in a food processor. Do not overprocess. (Alternatively you can chop it by hand with a sharp knife.)

    Divide the salmon into 4 equal portions (about 6 ounces each). Form each potion loosely into a ¾-inch-think burger and make a deep depression in the center with your thumb.

    Place on a plate, cover with plastic wrap, and let chill in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes before cooking.

    What are you waiting for? Get the rest of the recipe here!

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