Slow-cooked Salmon Fillet with Traditional Condiments
This traditional salmon dish (page 64) from Finland is Instagram-worthy and easy to recreate. Opt for a sustainable source; salmon from Salmonfarm, one of the pioneers of Finland sustainable fish farming, was chosen for this recipe.
Prep time 30 minutes Cook time 1 hour
• 1.5kg salmon fillet
• 5g sea salt
• 5g white pepper powder • 50g fresh dill
• 10 hard boiled eggs
• 2 white onions, diced
• 5 roma tomatoes, diced • 120g chives, diced
• 300g sour cream
• edible flowers, to garnish • chives, to garnish
» Preheat oven to 85ºc.
» Season the salmon fillet with sea salt, white pepper powder and dill. Let it rest for 20 minutes before baking the salmon fillet for an hour.
» Separate the egg yolks and egg whites, and dice them. Set aside.
» On a silver platter, place the baked Finnish salmon fillet on it and arrange the egg yolks, egg whites, roma tomatoes and chives according to the picture (page 64).
» Then garnish it with edible flowers and chives. Serve it with a bowl of sour cream.
Slow-cooked salmon fillet with traditional condiments
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