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Grilled Saithe with Sugarkelp Salad

The keyword here is umami! Kelp and seaweed are umami-rich, and lend a generous, miso-like flavor to the stock. Here I have grilled saithe (pollock) without seasoning it with anything other than the wonderful sugar …

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Fish and Langoustine Burger

Fish burgers are often difficult to get nice and firm, so I have used a combination of saithe, cod and cusk, and added a little corn flour to prevent the burgers from falling apart. In …

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Crispy Fried Saithe with Langoustine Potatoes and Wild Asparagus

I like the combination of the modest saithe and the more exclusive langoustine in this dish. And since I only use the shells to extract the flavor, it is not at all expensive. Try to …

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Seared pollock with onion jam, lingonberries and asparagus

Seared pollock with caramelized onions is one of Norway’s national dishes. Here I have cooked the onions further, so that they are almost to be considered as a jam. Serves 4 PREPARATION: 1 Cut the …

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Seared pollock with caramelized onions

This dish makes me cry twice, once while cutting the onion, and once while I am eating the wonderfully sweet onions together with the fresh-tasting, flaky fish. Pollock is a wonderful fish for searing, and …

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