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Recipe: Home Cured Salmon

Continuing with the fishy theme from my last post, this next post is also a recipe from the Tante Marie Seafood Cookery Course that I recently attended. This home cured salmon was swift and gratifying, the prep is super quick, and then it’s just a matter of waiting. The taste and textures tells of an altogether more complex process, but it’s the science behind the curing that does all of the work. It relies as always on high quality ingredients, so source good salmon, the best you can afford. I think that I will be rolling this out for the summer picnic season. It would be perfect, especially with a nice cold glass of prosecco. Let’s hope it’s soon! The clocks have changed and these glimmers of sunshine tease me so. Home Cured Salmon Ingredients: 750g piece middle cut salmon fillet Cure mixture for salmon: 1tbsp coriander seeds 2tbsp juniper berries 1tbsp fennel seeds 1tbsp pink peppercorns 225g sea salt 375g granulated sugar Method: Place the pink peppercorns, coriander, juniper and fennel seeds, in a …