Pickled Wild Alaska Salmon with Red Onions and Beets in a Jar
This beautiful jar nicely combines beets, dill and red onion together with delicious Wild Alaska Salmon.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Alaska Seafood.
|2 pounds||Alaska Coho or Sockeye Salmon fillet, skinned, pin bones removed, cut into 1-inch cubes|
|270 g||kosher salt|
|473 ml||distilled white vinegar|
|60 ml||olive oil|
|32 g||pickling spices|
|2||cloves garlic, thinly sliced|
|6||half-pint jars with lids|
|1-2||red onions, sliced|
|12||thin slices cooked beet|
|6||large sprigs dill|
|1||jalapeño, cut into 6 rings|
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