The vinaigrettes are multifunctional and can be used for making salads, pickling, they can be used as a dressing for fish and seafood, as well as a steamed vegetables.
Like any seafood, fish is highly perishable, so before you buy it it's important to check the quality and freshness. The quality of the fish can be affected by several different factors, so here are some of the things you should pay attention to when buying fish.
Roasted brussels sprouts are incredibly tasty. Serve it warm with fish or meat.
The cloudy grey sky outside - it’s time to add bright colors to your life! This salad will pleasantly surprise you with its unusual taste and original combination of ingredients. Here the salty taste of salmon is perfectly balanced by fresh crunchy cucumber and sweet bell pepper, and dill will remind you of summer days.
No holiday table is complete without mimosa salad from my grandma. In Russia, this layered salad is always mentioned in the same breath as Olivier (known as Russian Salad) and Dressed Herring. But this fact doesn't make Mimosa Salad less delicious, and some changes of the traditional recipe even improve it - you only need to take potatoes and butter out of this salad; you also need to replace onion with scallion and replace canned goods with boiled salmon :)
This fresh salmon gravlax is flavored with a hint of rosemary, oregano, basil, marjoram, and savory. Homemade gravlax has several great advantages compared to the store-bought version. Homemade gravlax is far less expensive, it doesn’t contain any additives and you can experiment with the flavor almost endlessly.
This fresh salmon gravlax is flavored with a hint of fennel, star anise, and dill. Homemade gravlax is not only far less expensive than the store-bought kind, but it also does not contain any additives. Once you know how to make your own, it’s very easy to experiment with lots of different flavor profiles.