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Wild Caught Alaskan Coho Salmon

Wild Caught Alaskan Coho Salmon - ~8oz Portion Size

Coho salmon has rich, reddish-orange meat and has been called one of the best-tasting salmon. Coho are a medium fatty salmon that have nearly two times the oil content of pink and chum salmon, but less than sockeyes or kings.

Wild Alaskan Coho Salmon Nutrition Details

Nutrient % Daily Value for 8oz (226g) Salmon

vitamin D 137%
vitamin B12 395%
tryptophan 0.5 g
selenium 119%
protein 49 g
omega 3’s 3 g
vitamin B3 (Niacin) 82%
phosphorus 60%
vitamin B6 96%
choline 46%
potassium 21%
calories (248) 331

Salmon also provides important amounts of:

  • anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids
  • immune-supportive selenium
  • energy-producing phosphorus
  • muscle-building protein
  • heart-healthy niacin, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, and potassium
  • bone-building vitamin D
  • nervous system (and brain) supporting Choline 

Cooking Method:
BBQ - Skin down on a hot grill 
BBQ - Wrapped in Foil on a grill
Pan Sear in a Cast Iron pan

Heat is your fried when it comes to cooking Salmon or Steelhead. Find a nice rub that you like. We have been using the Tacticalories Carving House and the Yellowstone Natural Hickory Bourbon Seasoning, then topping it with Jacobsen Flake salt. We add a touch of olive oil to provide a thin layer of moisture. Place it on the BBQ when it is nice and hot (we prefer at 450F and uncovered). Grill for about 12-14 min depending on thickness of fillet. The skin should be nice and crispy and meat nice and flakey.

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