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PICKLED SALMON ? Mar 16, 2015 9:13 pm #328

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IM LOOKING FOR A GOOD RECIPE FOR PICKLED SALMON. IF YOU HAVE A GOOD ONE PLEASE LET ME KNOW. THANKS :)

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PICKLED SALMON ? Mar 17, 2015 7:18 am #330

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Richr, I believe I have one will dig it out and put it up for you. We have done all the different fish in it and the cohos are great.
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PICKLED SALMON ? Mar 17, 2015 7:40 am #331

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OK, here we go! Makes approx. 3 pints. This is a 2 part process.
1st part-1 quart of small fish chunks, 5/8 cup salt, and vinegar to cover. Combine and let stand in the refrig. for 5 days.

2nd- rinse fish and let stand in cold water 1/2hr. Then drain and layer fish loosely in a pint jar adding nice size chunks of onion between layers.

Then take 1 cup of vinegar, 2 cups of sugar, and 1 table spoon of pickeling spice and bring mixture to a boil. Then let cool.
Once your mixture has cooled, pour over the fish and onions that are in the jars. Put the lids on the jars and let them stand in a cool place for 1 week. Thats it!!!!!
This is a old recipe from the 70's and is a general recipe. If you like your pickled fish with a little more on the sweet side add more sugar. You will love the onions also!!!!!!
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PICKLED SALMON ? Oct 25, 2015 8:24 am #3924

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Didn't get a chance this year to make some pickled fish, was wondering if any of you fellas tried it this year?
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PICKLED SALMON ? Jul 21, 2018 5:41 pm #20707

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Just finished putting up 7 pints of pickled coho and onions. Need to wait a week and then it is game on.
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PICKLED SALMON ? Jul 22, 2018 1:32 pm #20712

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Do you store the pickled coho in a fridge or can you shelve the jars at rm temp in a cabinet?
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Is the salt iodized? Is it like table salt or a sea salt?
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PICKLED SALMON ? Jul 22, 2018 10:51 pm #20719

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Don if you try it use non iodized salt or pickling and canning salt. I use a little more sugar for the second half just to sweeten it up alittle. I'll save you a pint Don and you can try it to see how you like it.
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Steelie Don wrote: Do you store the pickled coho in a fridge or can you shelve the jars at rm temp in a cabinet?


Store in a cool spot we keep ours in the fridge, will keep for a long time.
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