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Cedar Grilling Wraps


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Fire & Flavor Cedar Papers

Contains 8 Cedar Papers + 8 Cotton String for tying.

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8 count  |  Item #: IP130

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Cedar Grilling Wraps

Wrap your favorite seafood, meats, vegetables, and fruit in Fire & Flavor’s Cedar Grilling Wraps. Made from 100% All-Natural Western Red Cedar from British Columbia. Simply soak the papers for 5 minutes in water, wrap your foods in the cedar and watch your food steam and smoke to perfection. You can cook on your stove top or grill. As we like to say, Flavor Starts with Fire!

Sustainably sourced from British Columbia. Food safe verified. Select cut for optimum flavor.

Try this recipe for Cedar Wrapped Salmon tonight; it’s both simple and fun! Another great recipe is Cedar Wrapped Halibut.

Watch this short video on ‘How to grill with Cedar Wraps’

How To Grill with Cedar Wraps


Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 8 x 6.5 x .5 in

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Grilling with Cedar Grilling Papers is a fast way to impress family and friends. Salmon being my most favorite food was amazingly delicious. Using Cedar papers took my Salmon to a whole another level. I left the salmon, carrots, scallions, and shiitake mushrooms wrapped and place on the plate and served it with extra veggies one the side. I’m so impressed. I don’t need to purchase bulk chips anymore. These wraps are perfect for traveling chiefs and the want-to-be chief. I have to rate this a five star

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  2. 5 out of 5

    I love cooking with the Cedar Grilling Papers. They infuse nice subtle flavors into fish, and serving a pretty bindle of fish and vegetables tied into a packet males a special presentation that takes any meal and makes it special. I like to soak mine in a good quality chardonnay before cooking. Food comes out perfectly cooked, moist and with excellent flavor.

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