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If you're looking for new salmon recipes, don't miss this Tasmanian salmon fillet served with herb marinade: the Tasmanian salmon adds extra flavour to the dish
- Preparation time
- Recipe category Main course
- Recipe yield 6
For the marinade
Wash the purslane, spin dry and chop finely.
Mix with the salt, sugar, pepper and myrtle.
Wash the salmon under running water, pat dry and lay on a work surface covered with paper.
Spread with half of the marinade.
Put the rest of the marinade into a long glass or ceramic dish, spread it over the base of the dish and place the salmon on top with the skin side down.
Cover with clingfilm and marinate in the refrigerator for 48 hours, turning the fish after 24 hours.