Recipe by Suzanne
"Gravlox is a popular item in Scandinavian Cuisine. Some, like this one, are made with vodka."
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salmon fillet, bones removed
coarse sea salt
light brown sugar
fresh dill, chopped
I'm a salt freak, so the saltyness of this doesn't bother me so much, it was very good. If you don't like too much of the salty flavor I would suggest putting the salmon in cold water for an hour or so after curing which will dissolve some of the salt. I served each piece on a cucumber slice, with goat cheese, and a few mini capers on top each.
This was good, but it was a bit too salty. I'm not sure how to solve that issue since the salmon has to be cured....any suggestions?
Simple and easy! Very flavourful. Can be made with any fish.
Great recipe, you can mix it up a lot using trout fillets instead of salmon, juniper infused gin (or sloe gin) or tequila instead of vodka, white sugar instead of brown. It is always a hit at parties.
Outstanding Recipe. I have made it several times. Absolutely delicious.
Delicious and easy to make. The flavor was delightful.
excellent!!! melt in your mouth....jist cure at least 48-56 hours depending how thick the fillet is.
My brother made this at Christmas. It was excellant and addicting.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 56
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