How To Cook Salmon On A Himalayan Salt Block

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Today we’re sharing how to cook salmon on a Himalayan salt block. After scallops and steak, salmon is our next favorite thing to grill on these beautiful crystal tiles. It’s a quick and healthy meal, and grilling is easy so long as you know how to cook with a salt tile.

For those who’ve never done it, do check out the detailed guide I wrote a few months back. I went to a lot of trouble to write down the exact steps (and temperatures) so I’m sure you’ll find that helpful.

Okay! Let’s get a-cooking!

Grilled Salmon with Lemon


Directions for cooking on a grill rack

  1. Set your Himalayan salt block on the grill rack. Heat the grill going from medium heat to high. (Remember what we said about ramping up heat on a salt block. Be sure to follow my previous instructions on how to properly use your salt block for cooking.)
  2. While waiting, prepare your seasoning. In a bowl, add your olive oil and chives. Brush this mixture generously on top of the salmon.
  3. Next, cut up the fish fillet into serving sizes.
  4. Lay flat on salt tile. If you like pepper to taste, go ahead and add a dash of it. Close grill.
  5. Cook for 8 minutes then turn and cook another 7 minutes on the other side. Adjust the cooking time depending on the thickness of your fish.
  6. Transfer to serving plate when done. Add a twist of lemon if you like.

Directions for cooking in an oven

  1. Place your salt block in the oven. Again ramp up the heat. Get it up to 120°C/250°F, then increase to 190°C/375°F.
  2. When ready, add the salmon on your heated salt tile. Be careful not to burn yourself.
  3. Cook for 5 minutes more or less, depending on the thickness of your slices. Flip to other side.



See how it’s done. I chose a video without too much talking because grilling salmon is pretty easy.

Salmon on a Himalayan Salt Block

Author: Philip Andrew

A writer and teacher who enjoys lazing around and building winter nests out of duvets. “Most are too itchy. You’ve got to be picky.” His goal is to create a complete home spa for 24/7 access to rest and relaxation. Next on the agenda: a barrel sauna for the garden. Connect with Philip on Twitter @completehomespa.