Rimmad (curing) salmon with scrambled eggs and flavouring snaps

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600 to 800 grams of salmon
4 dl water
60 g salt
40 g sugar
2 tsp. mustard seeds
1 tsp. coriander seeds
1 tsp. dill seeds
1/2 tsp. whole white pepper
1 dl seasoning snaps
Dill twigs for garnish
I am an angler in Scandinavia
Recipe Nr. 14
Rimmad (curing) salmon with scrambled eggs and flavouring snaps
Rimmad (curing) salmon with scrambled eggs and flavouring snaps
A solid tweezers to take the bones out of fish

Now you have to go out and catch a fresh salmon for this dish. Only fresh salmon can be used.

Procedure without liability: Catch the salmon and use the large center piece of approx. 600 to 800 grams. Filets the fish in two pieces. Cut away side bones with a sharp knife and remove the nerve bones with this solid tweezers. Take a plate where the two sides of salmon fit in. Pour the cold syrup of this recipe over the fish and place it in the refrigerator for 24 hours. Curing is any of various food preservation and flavoring processes of foods such as meat and fish.

Syrup for curing: Boil 4 dl water, 60 g salt, 40 g sugar, 2 tsp. mustard seeds, 1 tsp. coriander seeds, 1 tsp. dill seeds, tsp. whole white pepper and dill twigs. Dill leaves for garnish. Once the syrup is lukewarm pour 1 dl seasoning snaps in. Cool the syrup completely and then add to the salmon. After 24 hours in the refrigerator take the salmon up and watered it briefly approx. 5 minutes in cold water. Blotted dry with kitchen towel and cut into thin slices. Serve on the portion plates and garnish with chopped dill.

Serving: Scrambled eggs served with the dish. Knock out 2 eggs per person in a bowl. Get 2 tablespoons cold water and 2 tablespoons seasoning snaps in per person and whip well with a hand whisk until smooth. A dollop butter in pan and melt it at medium heat. Pour the eggs in and let it congeal under lids at medium heat. Seasoning with salt and white pepper when the scrambled eggs are completed. Place it on plates next to the salmon.

Hint: Small new Danish potatoes cooked in slightly salty water is also good for the dish. Completely new, small Danish potatoes must be cooked in 15 minutes only, then the water is poured off, and the potatoes are briefly air-dried. Put the potatoes back into the pot, and pored over 2 tablespoon seasoning snaps. Put the lid on and shake the pot briefly to seasoning snaps are soaked into the potatoes.

Drink: Drink your favorite beer to the dish and rinse off with the rest of seasoning snaps. You'll hear the angels sing. That dish comes from Sweden.

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