This is very tasty and nutritious at the same time. I serve it on the frozen Himalayan salt slab, so it stays nice and cold.
- 1 pound (about 1 slab) skinned sockeye salmon (fry skin and cut to strips, makes great chips!)
- 1 sweet onion (Vidalia)
- 2 tbsp capers
- 1 egg (pasture raised)
- 1 oz anchovies
- 1 can wild cod liver (4.3 oz can or so). Another option
- 1 oz fresh dill
- 1 oz dried ramps (optional)
- Salt and pepper for taste
- Chop salmon to small pieces, it’s easiest to use mezzaluna (moon shaped knife with 2 handles), it’s much quicker with that.
- Chop onions, anchovies, dill, liver (save the oil for later, to mix in.)
- Mix all ingredients together.
- Let it infuse the flavors 15-20 min in freezer or fridge.
- Serve with toasted sourdough bread.
Editors note! This dish could also be served on top of a bed of greens such as romaine and arugula as well!
Another option for wild cod liver is the Officer Smoked Cod Liver brand, which has Marine Stewardship Council certification. It is sold on Amazon and Yummy Bazaar.
Chef-doctor Jemichel says
Is there a possibility that you can publish a book of your recipes? ……… If so I wish to pre-order a copy now! ; ~ )
Have you been interviewed? ……… If so I’d like to review and post a link to that on at least one of my CureZone Blogs.
If I would write a cookbook, it would be without measurements.😊
I never measure anything!😊
No interviews yet!
I do post my recipes and opinions on my Facebook and Instagram page, under Mai’s Kitchen name.
C M says
Raw or undercooked salmon can harbor and transmit anisakis roundworms. It tastes great but is it worth the worry?
If worried, then better not eat fish raw.
I’m not worried.
I use high quality fish.
Freezing few weeks kills helps too.
It’s important to have a strong stomach acid and use high quality sea salt.
For prevention of issues I also use CDS (chlorine dioxide solution) daily.
Stomach acid won’t keep you from catching the “haddock worm” & how fresh the salmon is doesn’t prevent it either as even the highest sushi grade fish strikes people down. These worms are so impervious to anything you’re thinking will prevent/get rid of them that the only option is to surgically remove them.
This happened to my son & it took THREE years to get rid of them & he was violently ill/lost 59 lbs as a teenage.
All of this to say you should be worried or at least have far less of an “it’s not a big deal” attitude.
Mai Meyers says
I’m sorry that happened to hin.
Mai Meyers says