I love salmon, ahi and most other seafood. My favorite way of seasoning fish and most other meats is with just a sprinkle of garlic powder and lemon pepper (no salt as I keep my sodium levels low, but use garlic salt if you want), but sometimes I use other flavors of marinades, rubs, etc.
On the cool or stormy days or when I'm really pressed for time, I cook anything I can (fish, chicken, veggies, etc.) using my Foreman grill--just as I do on warm days using the outdoor grill. The Foreman grill makes it so easy and fast--the food cooks from both sides and you don't have to flip it at all. But, just as using an outdoor grill or really any other style of cooking--if you cook it too long it will be dry. The time will depend on the type of food and the thickness--I keep a sheet of notepaper taped to the inside of a cabinet door above where I use the Foreman and note the time(s) to cook various items on the Foreman.
I love my Foreman--it's like my microwave, I wouldn't want to be without one!
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