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Cedar Grilling Planks

Cedar Grilling Planks

12" x 5.5", three per pkg
Product #NGP103

Pacific Northwest Native Americans roasted fish and game on wood planks, which preserves moisture and imparts wonderfully subtle wood notes to grilled food. Vital Choice Cedar grilling planks use pure, untreated cedar for the cleanest and best results.

These planks make a great gift to yourself, as a hostess gift or for the grill-master in your family. Each plank is 12" long x 5 1/2" wide, about 3/8" thick. They can accommodate two to four portions of fish, and are normally  good for just one use.

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Soak thoroughly before using (see Serving/Storage tab).

There's a lot on the line when you fire up the grill for the family or any gathering. The last thing you need is worry about is charring or drying the fish at the center of your feast!

Our pure, untreated Cedar Grilling Planks offer the perfect solution!

Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest pioneered the art of roasting fish and game on wood planks, which preserves moisture and imparts wonderfully subtle wood notes to grilled food.

Each plank is 12" long x 5 1/2" wide, about 3/8" thick. They can accommodate two to four portions of fish, and are normally good for just one use.

(Planks may be used twice if they are not seriously charred.)

Average Ratings: 5

"Best planks available" John N on 06/23/2018 04:52 Review: I consistently buy these planks (or the equally excellent alder planks) as a way to impart special flavors. These planks are fragrant and, most important, are thicker than any I have found. They last through several grillings.
"August barbecue" Andre G on 08/31/2017 09:01 Review: Still experimenting with the planks, but sake or some other alcohol might work better than soaking in water. Fish was not overcooked, and tasted very good.
"Cedar Planks" Dejac on 06/18/2017 09:31 Review: Perfect! From here on out I will always prepare salmon on planks! The most notable advantage is the moistness!
Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving
Calories Calories from Fat

% Daily Value*
Total Fat
Saturated Fat
Trans Fat
Cholesterol
Sodium
Total Carbohydrate
Dietary Fiber
Sugars
Protein

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Grilling planks are normally good for just one use, but may be reusable if they're not charred too seriously.

See our Guide to Cooking Fish over Fire for general guidance on grilling fish, and information about fuel sources.

Plank Grilling Tips

  • Soak the planks first, or they will burn on the grill. Immerse them in clean water for at least two hours, or overnight. If you have less than two hours for soaking, immerse the planks in hot water to speed absorption.
  • Place the planks in a clean baking dish or kitchen sink, add enough water to cover, and weight the planks down with a heavy object to keep them completely submerged.
  • If you have time to soak the planks for several hours, you can add white wine, beer, apple cider, fruit juice or fresh herbs to the water to impart added flavor to your cooked fish or shellfish.
  • Dry the soaked planks well using a clean dish towel, and then brush or spray the top surface lightly with olive or macadamia nut oil. You can also choose to rub herbs, garlic or flavored oil onto the planks.
  • Place the fish or shellfish on the prepared plank, skin-side down for skin-on fillets. As desired, rub seasonings on the top of the fish, but go easy lest you overpower the flavor imparted by the plank. (Vital Choice Salmon Marinade mix works well for this purpose.) Fruit slices or vegetables sprinkled around the fish will help retain moisture and enhance the flavor as well.
  • Place plank with the fish or shellfish on the preheated medium-hot grill (i.e., between 350 F and 450 F.) Close the lid. At this temperature, the grilling plank should give off light to medium smoke within a few minutes.
  • You don't need to turn the fish over, but resist the urge to peek too often. Keeping the lid closed retains the smoke and heat and will help infuse the fish with the woody aroma of the planks. NOTE: It is normal for planks to curl somewhat on the grill.
  • Check the fish for doneness every 5 minutes. Keep a spray bottle of water close at hand in the event you experience a flare-up when you raise the lid. It's undesirable for the plank to flame excessively, but smoldering is what gives the fish that unique smoky flavor.
  • Check the fish frequently after 8 minutes. To check for doneness, slide a sharp knife tip into the center of the thickest part of a cooking seafood portion, checking for color. Seafood continues to cook after it's removed from the heat, so take it off the grill just as soon as it is opaque throughout, or just a bit shy of opaque in the very center.
  • When the fish is done, bring the plank to the table … the sizzling, smoking seafood makes quite an impression!
  • Don't forget to use heat-safe gloves and to protect the surface of the table by placing the plank on a heat-resistant surface such as a plate, wood cutting board, or large trivet.
Non-perishable goods ship via Ground service Monday - Friday (except holidays) and normally arrive in 3-7 days, depending upon destination.

Non-perishable shipments to Washington State, Oregon, Idaho, and
Northern California may arrive faster, in 1 or 2 days.

Free shipping
on orders over $99


Standard Shipping Fees
  • Up to $49.99 = $6.95 shipping
  • $50 - $98.99 = $12.95 shipping
  • $99 and over = FREE shipping
Free standard shipping applies to orders of $99 or more per U.S.
address, including non-perishables sent to Alaska and Hawaii.

Overnight shipping and other premium services cost more; for
more information on this and all shipping topics, see our Shipping page.

Soak thoroughly before using (see Serving/Storage tab).

There's a lot on the line when you fire up the grill for the family or any gathering. The last thing you need is worry about is charring or drying the fish at the center of your feast!

Our pure, untreated Cedar Grilling Planks offer the perfect solution!

Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest pioneered the art of roasting fish and game on wood planks, which preserves moisture and imparts wonderfully subtle wood notes to grilled food.

Each plank is 12" long x 5 1/2" wide, about 3/8" thick. They can accommodate two to four portions of fish, and are normally good for just one use.

(Planks may be used twice if they are not seriously charred.)

Average Ratings: 5

"Best planks available" John N on 06/23/2018 04:52 Review: I consistently buy these planks (or the equally excellent alder planks) as a way to impart special flavors. These planks are fragrant and, most important, are thicker than any I have found. They last through several grillings.
"August barbecue" Andre G on 08/31/2017 09:01 Review: Still experimenting with the planks, but sake or some other alcohol might work better than soaking in water. Fish was not overcooked, and tasted very good.
"Cedar Planks" Dejac on 06/18/2017 09:31 Review: Perfect! From here on out I will always prepare salmon on planks! The most notable advantage is the moistness!
Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving
Calories Calories from Fat

% Daily Value*
Total Fat
Saturated Fat
Trans Fat
Cholesterol
Sodium
Total Carbohydrate
Dietary Fiber
Sugars
Protein

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Grilling planks are normally good for just one use, but may be reusable if they're not charred too seriously.

See our Guide to Cooking Fish over Fire for general guidance on grilling fish, and information about fuel sources.

Plank Grilling Tips

  • Soak the planks first, or they will burn on the grill. Immerse them in clean water for at least two hours, or overnight. If you have less than two hours for soaking, immerse the planks in hot water to speed absorption.
  • Place the planks in a clean baking dish or kitchen sink, add enough water to cover, and weight the planks down with a heavy object to keep them completely submerged.
  • If you have time to soak the planks for several hours, you can add white wine, beer, apple cider, fruit juice or fresh herbs to the water to impart added flavor to your cooked fish or shellfish.
  • Dry the soaked planks well using a clean dish towel, and then brush or spray the top surface lightly with olive or macadamia nut oil. You can also choose to rub herbs, garlic or flavored oil onto the planks.
  • Place the fish or shellfish on the prepared plank, skin-side down for skin-on fillets. As desired, rub seasonings on the top of the fish, but go easy lest you overpower the flavor imparted by the plank. (Vital Choice Salmon Marinade mix works well for this purpose.) Fruit slices or vegetables sprinkled around the fish will help retain moisture and enhance the flavor as well.
  • Place plank with the fish or shellfish on the preheated medium-hot grill (i.e., between 350 F and 450 F.) Close the lid. At this temperature, the grilling plank should give off light to medium smoke within a few minutes.
  • You don't need to turn the fish over, but resist the urge to peek too often. Keeping the lid closed retains the smoke and heat and will help infuse the fish with the woody aroma of the planks. NOTE: It is normal for planks to curl somewhat on the grill.
  • Check the fish for doneness every 5 minutes. Keep a spray bottle of water close at hand in the event you experience a flare-up when you raise the lid. It's undesirable for the plank to flame excessively, but smoldering is what gives the fish that unique smoky flavor.
  • Check the fish frequently after 8 minutes. To check for doneness, slide a sharp knife tip into the center of the thickest part of a cooking seafood portion, checking for color. Seafood continues to cook after it's removed from the heat, so take it off the grill just as soon as it is opaque throughout, or just a bit shy of opaque in the very center.
  • When the fish is done, bring the plank to the table … the sizzling, smoking seafood makes quite an impression!
  • Don't forget to use heat-safe gloves and to protect the surface of the table by placing the plank on a heat-resistant surface such as a plate, wood cutting board, or large trivet.
Non-perishable goods ship via Ground service Monday - Friday (except holidays) and normally arrive in 3-7 days, depending upon destination.

Non-perishable shipments to Washington State, Oregon, Idaho, and
Northern California may arrive faster, in 1 or 2 days.

Free shipping
on orders over $99


Standard Shipping Fees
  • Up to $49.99 = $6.95 shipping
  • $50 - $98.99 = $12.95 shipping
  • $99 and over = FREE shipping
Free standard shipping applies to orders of $99 or more per U.S.
address, including non-perishables sent to Alaska and Hawaii.

Overnight shipping and other premium services cost more; for
more information on this and all shipping topics, see our Shipping page.
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