Step 1: Mix all the ingredients listed above in a medium-sized bowl.
Step 2. Cut sauce in half. Use one half of the sauce to marinate the raw salmon and the other half to bast the grilling salmon.
Step 3: Preheat your grill to medium heat.
Step 4: Use a brush to apply a thick coating of the bbq sauce to each salmon filet. Note: Be sure to check your salmon if you use a brush with bristles. Sometimes the bristles come out and you end up with bristles in your meal. I hate it when I find bristles in my food! Use a silicone basting brush as opposed to one with bristles to avoid this problem.
Step 5: Place a sheet of aluminum foil over the grill grate then add the filets to the grill.
Step 6: Cook on your grill at medium heat for approximately 12 - 15 minutes. For food safety purposes, make sure you grill the salmon to an internal temperature of 145 F. Alternative Cooking Method: In case it's cold and rainy outside or you just don't have a grill, here is a grilling alternative. Place your salmon on a greased baking dish and broil at hi heat for 4 - 5 minutes. The method works really well and you may find that you prefer broiling to grilling.
Step 7: Remove the filets when they flake easily with a fork.