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Salty Salmon

For this recipe I took about 1 lb 10 oz (730 g) of a fresh salmon fillet and 4 to 5 tbsp of sea salt, vegetable oil.

Take a fresh salmon fillet

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Get a container with a lid, cover the bottom with about 1.5 – 2 tbsp of salt

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Lay down the fillet on the top of salt
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Sprinkle evenly 2 – 2.5 tbsp of salt on the top of the fillet.
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Make sure the entire fillet is covered with salt.
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Close the container with a lid, put into the refrigerator for 24 hours.
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Get the salmon from the container, wash off the salt.

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Put on the cutting board, cut for small long pieces.

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Put all fillet pieces into a glass container, fill with vegetable oil so all pieces are soaked well in it.
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Salted salmon is ready to eat and/or use in salad recipes.

Store in cold.
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For storing I use vegetable oil not olive oil. Olive oil is gets thick in the cold so it wouldn’t be the best choice for this recipe.

Salted salmon can be served alone with a bread, mashed potato and vegetables or within other meals as one of the ingredients.

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