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Homemade Marinated Salmon – Gravadlax (Low FODMAP)

Homemade Gravadlax with text
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This five ingredient Homemade Marinated Salmon – Gravadlax is amazingly easy to prepare. And the effect is even better!

 

This is how the salmon looks like under a snowy blanket of salt, sugar, fresh dill and a lemon zest ↓↓↓.

 

Salmon Gravadlax marinating with dill and lemon zest
Salmon Gravadlax marinating with dill and lemon zest

 

I wouldn’t be surprised if, after trying this Gravadlax Marinated Salmon (Low FODMAP), in the smoked salmon style, you would never want to buy a shop bought smoked salmon again. It is because not only it tastes good, but is much cheaper!

 

Gravadlax ready for slicing
Gravadlax ready for slicing

 

 

This Gravadlax is great for breakfast, lunch, sandwiches and salads, also as a side dish served during parties. If you marinate it today/ tomorrow, it will probably be ready for New Year’s Eve Party!

Even though it is a Scandinavian dish, for the first time it was prepared for me by a Spanish person. My own only change in this dish is that I added a lemon zest for a bit of freshness.

 

Homemade Gravadlax with text
Homemade Gravadlax with text

 

Have you tried our Prawn and Ginger Gluten Free Dumplings recipe yet?

The recipe is available after clicking on the picture below↓↓↓

 

Gluten Free Prawn Dumplings boiled and fried
Gluten Free Prawn Dumplings boiled and fried

INGREDIENTS FOR A HOMEMADE MARINATED SALMON – GRAVADLAX

(Low FODMAP):

500 g fresh salmon fillet

 

3/4 cup of sea salt, might be coarse

 

3/4 cup of granulated sugar

 

Zest from 1 lemon

 

1/2 a small bunch of dill

 

 

Sliced Gravadlax - Smoked Style Salmon
Sliced Gravadlax – Smoked Style Salmon

 

INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE A HOMEMADE MARINATED SALMON -GRAVADLAX (Low FODMAP):

Prepare a Tupperware container large enough to fit in the salmon fillet.

 

Measure the salt, sugar, grate the lemon zest and finely chop the dill. All of those ingredients need to be placed in these ready container and mixed well.

 

Then move some of the white mix on the sides, place the salmon fillet skin side down in the middle and cover it with the “snow” from the sides.

 

Place the closed container in the fridge for at least 2 days (it depends on the thickness of the fillet) or even better 3-4 days. It is natural that salt draws out some water from the fish, therefore there will be some visible in the container.

 

When the salmon fillet is ready, remove it from the marinate, which can be discarded. Rinse the fillet under running water. It can be served straightaway.

 

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Collage- Low FODMAP fish dishes
Collage- Low FODMAP fish dishes

 

Homemade Marinated Salmon - Gravadlax (Low FODMAP)

This five ingredient Homemade Marinated Salmon - Gravadlax is amazingly easy to prepare. And the effect is even better!
Prep Time5 mins
Marinating3 d
Total Time3 d 5 mins
Course: Breakfast, Lunch, Salad, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine: Scandinavian
Keyword: Gravadlax, Gravlax, low fodmap gravadlax, low fodmap gravlax, Low FODMAP Smoked salmon and cream cheese canape
Author: fitfodmapfoodieuk

Equipment

  • tupperwaver container

Ingredients

  • 500 g fresh salmon fillet
  • 3/4 cup of sea salt might be coarse
  • 3/4 cup of granulated sugar
  • Zest from 1 lemon
  • 1/2 a small bunch of dill

Instructions

  • Prepare a Tupperware container large enough to fit in the salmon fillet.
  • Measure the salt, sugar, grate the lemon zest and finely chop the dill. All of those ingredients need to be placed in these ready container and mixed well.
  • Then move some of the white mix on the sides, place the salmon fillet skin side down in the middle and cover it with the "snow" from the sides.
  • Place the closed container in the fridge for at least 2 days (it depends on the thickness of the fillet) or even better 3-4 days. It is natural that salt draws out some water from the fish, therefore there will be some visible in the container.
  • When the salmon fillet is ready, remove it from the marinate, which can be discarded. Rinse the fillet under running water. It can be served straightaway.

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