A Simple Collared Salmon Recipe
This Collared Salmon Recipe can be done in 45 to 60 minutes, leaving you with a great main dish that can be paired with just about any side.
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– 3 lbs. of salmon
– A high seasoning of salt
– Pounded mace
– 3 bay-leaves
1. If not done already, split the fish and scale it, bone it, and wash it completely clean.
2. Next rub in the seasoning on the inside and outside of the salmon.
3. Roll the fish up and bind it firmly
4. Place salmon in a kettle, cover it with vinegar and water (1/3 vinegar, in proportion to the water)
5. Add the bay-leaves and a good seasoning of salt and whole pepper
6. Then let simmer till done. Do not remove the lid.
7. Serve with melted butter or anchovy sauce.
– For preserving the collared fish, boil up the liquor in which it was cooked, and add a little more vinegar. Pour over when cold.