Salt dough with fish recipe
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Preparation time: 10 min
Baking time: 35 min
Total time: 45 min
You could always eat more fish. Fish contains lots of vitamins, proteins and beneficial fatty acids. There are many ways to prepare fish and one of the most exciting ways is to prepare salted fish. Coca-Cola School is a good way to do this, where you can try out different cooking methods and techniques. We hadn’t cooked fish under a salt dough blanket before, so it was a new and exciting experience for all of us.
The fish we got was salmon from M.V.Wool. If you would also like to buy some really fresh fish from M.V.Wool, you can visit Mati’s Fish Shop. There you will find a wide selection of fresh and seasoned fish and a wide variety of salads and other seafood. In fact, our whole cookery school took place in the kitchen of M.V.Wool, which they kindly let us use.
Making salted fish started with making the dough. To do this, we mixed together flour, salt, rapeseed oil and water. Be sure to knead the dough well. Once the dough was ready, we started with the fish. We cut lemon slices on the salmon and sprinkled dill and pepper on top. We didn’t add any salt, as the batter makes the fish salty enough.
Once the salmon was seasoned, we covered it with the batter and put it in the preheated oven to bake. Depending on the size of the fish, it should bake at 180 °C for about 20-35 minutes.
When the fish was ready, we removed the salted dough from the deck. Be sure to note that the dough is not for eating, but is just one of the more exciting ways to cook fish in the oven.