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Home-Salted Herring Sandwiches

Cooked Herring Sandwiches with Home Salted Herring

Time to cook: 1620 minutes

Nutritional Value

Sandwiches on Borodino Bread "Generous" With house-cured herring in wine vinegar. This is an excellent appetizer, and for me it's just a great sandwich with all the vitamins and minerals that we need right now in the spring, especially during the pandemic, and those who have been sick and not sick.

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Ingredients for homemade herring sandwiches:


For the herring

  • Herring (large) - 1 pc
  • Brown sugar (any) - 0.5 tablespoon
  • Salt (stone) - 1 tablespoon

For the brine

  • Water - 100 ml
  • Coriander - 0.5 teaspoon
  • Cloves - 3 pcs
  • Bay leaf - 1 pc
  • Brown sugar (any) - 1 teaspoon
  • Vinegar (Red wine vinegar, you can substitute with any: apple vinegar; grape vinegar or 7%) - 50 ml
  • Red Onion (small onion) - 1 pc

For sandwiches

  • Breads (Borodino "Generous", You can also use buckwheat breads or rye breads of the same brand)
  • Butter

How to cook herring sandwiches with homemade salted herring step by step with photos


I don't buy ready salted herring, I always make it myself and in different ways. Today I will give you this version: I made a fillet of fresh, whole herring. Rinse herring well, cut off head and tail with fins, gut it. Rinse again and blot dry with paper towel. Remove the skin and make two fillets, picking out all the bones. Cut into slices about 1.5 cm wide. Put in a jar with a lid. Combine sugar and salt and cover with the herring slices. Cover and shake well so all the slices are coated with the sugar and salt mixture. Place in refrigerator for 24 hours. During this time, shake the herring slices in the jar a couple of times. That will release the juice.

After 24 hours the herring is salted and you can eat it! You have to take it out of the brine, otherwise it will be very salty. You can fill it with sunflower oil and onions. I'll make a spicy brine with wine vinegar. I'll put 100 ml of water in a pot, 1 tsp of sugar, stir it up and put it on the fire. I'll put cloves, coriander and bay leaf, bring it to a boil and boil it on low heat for a couple of minutes. Then I add 50 ml of red wine vinegar and take it off the heat. Let the brine cool. Put the herring slices in a jar, alternating layers with chopped red onion rings. Pour cooled brine on the herring slices. It should cover the herring slices. Cover and put in the fridge to let the slices marinade. After a couple of hours or three hours, you can eat the herring.

I'll make sandwiches on Borodino bread "Generous". I'll spread butter on them and put slices of herring and rings of red onion on top. The red onions are very tasty too.

Serve. As an appetizer or... Like me as a sandwich.

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
Calories
1233.2 Calories
Protein
101.1 g
Fat
77.2 g
Carbohydrates
34.5 g
100g:
Calories
156.1 Calories
Protein
12.8 g
Fat
9.8 g
Carbohydrates
4.4 g

Salt, Spicy, Butter, Red onion, Vinegar, Coriander, Water, Bay Leaf, Creamy, Brown sugar, Fish, Bread, Cloves, Starters, Sandwiches, Open Sandwich

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