Sama-sama Sa Lund

a Filipino-Swedish organization established as a community association for Filipinos and Swedes living in Lund and vicinity

Thank you for attending: Salmon Sunday

Thank you for your continuing support for Sama-sama Sa Lund’s Filipino Swedish Integration Project 2014. Last Sunday, we had another cooking session for the Filipino-Swedish cafe, as part of our integration project. We made Baked Salmon and Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon.

Here are the recipes:

Baked Salmon (a la Pelle*)

Ingredients:
2 kg salmon fillet (with skin)
1 pack of crushed almond
Salt
Black pepper
Herb salt
1 L sour cream
2 red onions, chopped finely
Canola oil
1 pack of frozen dill
1 lemon
Potatoes
Carrots

Procedure:
1. Peel and boil the potatoes and carrots.
2. Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees C.
3. Spread some canola oil on a baking dish, and put the salmon fillet, skin-side down.
4. Add the salt, black pepper, and crushed almonds evenly on top of the salmon.
5. Bake for 20-25 minutes.
6. Meanwhile, make the sauce: Mix the sour cream, herb salt, red onion and dill. Add some freshly squeezed lemon juice right before serving.
7. When done, serve the salmon with the sauce, potatoes and carrots.

 

Sinigang na ulo ng salmon (Salmon head in sour soup)

Ingredients:
2 salmon heads
Salmon fillet
1 onion
4 tomatoes
Cooking oil
1-2 liters of water
2 small packs sinigang sa sampaloc (tamarind) mix
Morning glory
String beans
1 big green chilli pepper
Fish sauce
Rice

Procedure:
1. Saute the cubed onions and tomatoes for a few minutes
2. Put-in the salmon heads and let it cook for a while.
3. Add water and bring to a boil.
4. Add the sinigang sa sampaloc mix followed by the green chilli pepper and let it simmer for some minutes. (We used a packaged sampaloc (tamarind) mix since real sampaloc is hard to find here. Sinigang/sampaloc mix can be found in your nearby asian store!)
5. Add the fish sauce to taste.
6. Put the morning glory and string beans.
7. Turn off the heat and cover the pan for a few minutes.
8. Serve it hot, and in true Filipino fashion, eat it with some boiled rice!

 

*Thank you Pelle Sandquist!

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