Showing posts with label Pickled Salmon. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pickled Salmon. Show all posts

Pickled Salmon - packed with nutrients; as a filling for barquettes, crepes, sandwiches, tortillas, omelette or as a base for noodles in a jiffy on that busy day.



Make a supply of this Pickled Salmon, keep in the refrigerator and have it to fall on for those busy days when too tired to cook but do not want to eat out.  Secondly, this is perfect for parties as a filling for barquettes, crepes, dainty sandwiches and tortillas.  Make it a few days earlier and just fill them on the day itself.  A plus for stress free preparation.  Lastly but not the least, it is packed with nutrients.  Just the other day, I was in a situation when I just wanted something simple and yet nutritious and I was glad when I thought about my supply of Pickled Salmon in the refrigerator!

I used to make my own bread but not now.  Thankfully, there is a trusted bakery nearby to cater to my needs.  However, that day I was at another place and saw a bakery and decided to see what they had.   To my delight, their wheat bran boule was just out of their oven, looked and smelled inviting too and I said 'Yes'! Came home later and made the sandwich as below.  Nothing dainty but satisfying enough with a choice of biting into it as an open or closed sandwich.


Pickled Salmon
Ingredients A
1 kg salmon fillet 
2 tsp salt
  • Put water to boil in a steamer.  When boiling, place salmon in it and steam over high heat for 8 minutes or until cooked.  Remove from heat and allow to cool slightly.  Flake with a fork and check further to thoroughly remove any stray bones.
  • Mix 1 tsp salt with the flaked salmon, sprinkle the other 1 tsp salt over, cover and set aside while preparing the other ingredients.
Ingredients B
20g fresh young ginger
30g fresh young turmeric
4 pips garlic
100g onion
4 fresh green chillies
200g jicama or Chinese golden pear
  • Wash ginger and turmeric, scrap away skin and mince finely.
  • Peel garlic and onion and mince finely.
  • Remove seeds from green chilli and chop finely (use a food glove to handle).
  • Wash jicama or pear, peel the skin and dice finely.
  • Mix all together.
** Or use a food processor.  Stain from turmeric is easily removed with dish washing liquid.

Ingredients for Sauce
2 tbsp ground brown rice
3/4 cup fish liquid from steaming
4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2 tsp light soya sauce
1 tbsp rice vinegar
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 tbsp honey
2 tsp or more chilli powder or paste
  • Bring the fish liquid to a boil (add water to make up the required 3/4 cup if necessary) in a pan over medium low heat and stir in ground flour.  Simmer for 1/2 minute, remove pan from stove, leave to cool and then mix everything together.

Final Procedure
  1. Mix A and B together with a fork.
  2. Pour sauce over and mix thoroughly.
  3. Use accordingly or transfer to a sterilised glassware, well covered and store on top shelf of the refrigerator.



In my next post I will show you how to use Pickled Salmon as a base for noodles and omelette wraps.




~ Kim ~




Introduction to Herbs, Spices and Ingredients to spice up your foods and cause your taste buds to encounter a tantalising and unforgettable experience.

Herbs, Spices and Ingredients Whenever I go to the market, the galore of foodstuffs never fail to make me amazed by God's provi...