The spices that are used in this salmon dish may lead you think that this is a Middle Eastern recipe. All the spices however are also ingredients in the traditional Scandinavian Aquavit — the potato …
Slow-baking fish on low temperature makes it juicier and tenderer. Slow-baking is very interesting way to prepare fish. The soy sauce and the ginger reflect how Asian cuisine has inspired the modern Scandinavian kitchen.
The idea of this dish is to season the fish from the top and cook it from the bottom. Salt-baking is a simple technique that will give you a delicious and salty result.
The unlikely marriage of parsnips and cumin has proved to be a great success. Adding the salmon roe to the dish makes it an exotic and luxurious dish. Serves 6 as a starter.
For this recipe, you will need sushi-quality fish.
This is one of my old time favorites. The end result will smell wonderfully of apples, rosemary and honey.