FireRoasters Bacon Bourbon Salmon Sandwich

Menu Part: 
Sandwich/Wrap
Cuisine Type: 
American

FPI's exclusive line of FireRoasters™ flame-seared seafood includes a new flavor to wow customers. Try Bacon Bourbon BBQ Salmon made with Jim Beam® glaze.

Ingredients

10 pc NEW! FPI FireRoasters Bacon Bourbon Salmon
10 leaves Bib Lettuce
30 pc Sliced Cucumber
20 pc Sliced Tomato
15 oz Cream Cheese
10 Onion Rolls

Steps

Place frozen glazed fillets, charred side up, on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper. Convection oven: preheat oven to 375°F and bake for 13-17 minutes. Rotate pan in oven halfway through cooking. For best results, set fan on low. Conventional oven: preheat oven to 400°F and bake for 24-28 minutes. Rotate pan in oven halfway through cooking. For food safety, fillets should reach an internal temperature of 165°F.

Take onion rolls, and lightly grill, so they have nice grill marks on them toasted on the inside of the bun. Apply a smear of cream cheese (about 1.5 oz),1 leaf bib lettuce, 3 pieces of sliced cucumber and 2 tomato slices on the bottom bun, place cooked salmon on top – and serve with a side of corn on the cob or coleslaw for an easy lunch or dinner treat your customers will come back for!

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