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SET THE SALMON, skin side down, on a rimmed tray or baking sheet.
Stir together the dill, salt, sugar, brandy, oil, and pepper.
Spread the mixture over the salmon, packing it down gently.
Cover the salmon with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 48 hours.
FOR... - 40.6826
1) In a large non-stick skillet, heat the oil over a medium heat for 30 seconds. Place the gravlax with the skin side down and cook on a medium-high heat for 2 to 3 minutes, until the skin is brown.
2) Cover and cook on a medium heat for about 4... - 28.611
Gravalax With Buckwheat Blini
Remove bones from fish with tweezers, trim edges to neaten if necessary; place skin-side down on piece of foil.
Sprinkle salmon with combined dill, salt, pepper and sugar, then brandy.
Wrap salmon in foil, place salmon between two trays, place weight on... - 40.2376
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To make the gravlax: Mix the salt, sugar, and peppercorns.
Take a handful and rub it on both sides of the salmon.
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If you're using fresh salmon, freeze for at least 7 days at 0°F before curing to destroy any dangerous parasites.
If you buy frozen (or frozen and thawed) salmon, this step isn't necessary.
Rinse fish, pat dry, and rub with oil.
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