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Can you smoke salmon in the oven?If you’re in a hurry, you can also smoke it in the oven. To do this, you simply need to place the salmon in a baking dish, add some smoked salmon, and bake it at 200 degrees for about 30 minutes. There are lots of fancy ways to prepare smoked salmon.
How to make smoked salmon dip?In the bowl of a food processor, add the smoked salmon, room temperature cream cheese, sour cream and mayonnaise. Chop the chives and dill and add to the bowl with a squeeze of lemon juice and salt and pepper. Start with a small pinch of salt and adjust seasoning once blended. Blend until the dip is the consistency of your choice.
How is smoked salmon made?There are a couple of preparation methods, but in general, smoked salmon is made by curing and smoking the fish. (Fun fact: lox is cured, but not smoked). It is typically served cold, often with cream cheese and dill, and is a mainstay on many brunch menus.
What do you put in smoked salmon salad?This Smoked Salmon Salad features flavorful smoked salmon, tender baby spinach, crisp apples, chewy raisins and toasted almonds all tossed in lemon vinaigrette. So easy to make and amazingly delicious! This homemade smoked salmon pate is made with double cream, lemon juice, salt and pepper. It couldn’t get any easier to make.
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- Mix together the brine ingredients and place your fish in a non-reactive container (plastic or glass), cover and put in the refrigerator. This curing process eliminates some of the moisture from the inside of the fish while at the same time infusing it with salt, which will help preserve the salmon.
- You will need to cure your salmon at least 4 hours, even for thin fillets from trout or pink salmon. In my experience, large trout or char, as well as pink, sockeye and silver salmon need 8 hours. A really thick piece of king salmon might need as much as 36 hours in the brine. Never go more than 48 hours, however, or your fish will be too salty. Double the brine if it's not enough to cover the fish.
- Take your fish out of the brine and pat it dry. Set the fillets on your cooling rack, skin side down. Ideally you'd do this right under a ceiling fan set on high, or outside in a cool, breezy place. By "cool" I mean 60°F or cooler. Let the fish dry for 2 to 4 hours (or up to overnight in the fridge). You want the surface of the fish to develop a shiny skin called a pellicle. This is one step many beginning smokers fail to do, but drying your cured, brined fish in a cool, breezy place is vital to properly smoking it. The pellicle, which is a thin, lacquer-like layer on top of the fish, seals it and offers a sticky surface for the smoke to adhere to. Don't worry, the salt in the brine will protect your fish from spoilage. Once you have your pellicle, you can refrigerate your fish for a few hours and smoke it later if you'd like.
- Start by slicking the skin of your fish with some oil, so it won't stick to the smoker rack. Know that even though this is hot smoking, you still do not want high temperatures. Start with a small fire and work your way up as you go. It is important to bring the temperature up gradually or you will get that white albumin "bleed" on the meat. I can control my heat with my smoker, so I start the process between 140°F and 150°F for up to an hour, then finish at 175°F for a final hour or two. NOTE: What my smoker is set at is not necessarily what the actual temperature is. Smoking is an art, not a science. To keep temperatures mild, always put water in your drip pan to keep the temperature down. If your smoker is very hot, like a Traeger can get, put ice in the tray.
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