Gravlax is a Scandinavian dish of dry-cured salmon marinated in herbs. There are many variations- some are savory, while others are sweet and tangy. Gravlax with Absolute Citron takes only a few minutes to prep, but requires 24 hours to cure.
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My Father introduced me to the Knorr brand when I was growing up. Both of my folks were avid cooks, but didn’t always have time to prepare dishes from scratch. Knorr products were convenient, easy to use, and flavorful for a myriad of dishes that my family and I enjoyed while growing up.
Francesco’s Italian restaurant is located off of 51 in Clairton, PA. It isn’t a large eatery, probably 50 seats total. I noticed quite a few black and white pics of the Francesco family on the wall as I walked in- I was interested in learning more about the rich history.
Every once in a while I come across a restaurant with real character. These eating establishments are usually small, have a loyal following, and have been around for years. The Back Porch Restaurant in Belle Vernon is quaint, comfortable, and most importantly, serves excellent food.
Seared Salmon with Sautéed Sweet Pepper Cream Sauce
Some of my favorite ingredients to work with are rich buttery sauces, asparagus, salmon and lump crabmeat. Put all of these components together and you have Salmon, Oscar Style. This is an extremely rich, delicious dish.
Salmon is my favorite fish to eat- that and Chilean sea bass. I like salmon because of it’s robust flavor, and meaty texture. Mangos provide a sweet contrast to the savory flavor of most fish, especially salmon. This dish is very easy to prepare.