Epic! Add yet one more voice to the Greek chorus praising this recipe. It's easy to tailor this to your taste. We're not people who like things real hot, so in place of the crushed red pepper flakes, I used about 1/4 tsp cayenne. Also didn't have green onions, but I did have one very lovely leek, so I chopped up the light green part. No peanut oil, so I subbed extra virgin olive oil. I also finely grated the zest of one lemon into the marinade. These changes presented no problem. It was INCREDIBLE. In place of salmon, I had some 2" thick marlin fillets. We grilled it over charcoal, and I'm telling you, this was darned near nirvana! Moist, full of smoky, earthy, delectable taste. Salmon is coming next. But be aware that it translates perfectly into other firm-meated fish, such as ahi (fresh tuna,) shark, mahi-mahi, or swordfish. Beg, borrow, or steal the ingredients to make this one. Yes, it IS that good!
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Epic! Add yet one more voice to the Greek chorus praising this recipe. It's easy to tailor...