How much to cook herring?

Boil fresh herring for 15 minutes.

How to cook herring

You will need – herring, water, salt, herbs and spices to taste 1. If the fish is frozen, thaw it first. Cut off the head, open the belly and take out all the insides. 2. Rinse the carcass under water, make an incision along the back and remove the skin. 3. Pour water into a wide saucepan so that it covers the herring, bring to a boil and start the prepared fish. 4. Salt, add spices for fish, close the lid and cook for a quarter of an hour, periodically removing the foam.

Herring under a fur coat classic

Classic herring products under a fur coat Salted herring fillet – 400 grams Potatoes – 2 pcs. Carrots – 2-3 pcs. Beets – 2-3 pcs. Onion – 2 pcs. Mayonnaise – 5-6 tablespoons Dill – to taste The classic recipe for cooking herring under a fur coat Boil beets, carrots and potatoes. Finely chop the onion, insist in cold water for 5 minutes, then drain the water. Grate potatoes, beets, carrots. Then lay out in even layers: potatoes, herring, mayonnaise, onions, carrots, mayonnaise, beets. Decorate with mayonnaise and sprigs of dill and parsley. How to clean a herring1. Lay a film or paper on a cutting board so as not to stain the table, put a fish on it and cut open its belly with a sharp knife. 2. Take out all the insides. 3. Cut off the head of the herring and rinse the prepared fish with water, removing the remnants of the films. 4. Remove the fins and make a cut along the back of the herring with a knife. 5. Carefully remove the skin by picking it up with a knife. Pull in direction from head to tail. 6. Pull out the fish skeleton by separating the herring carcass into two parts. It is better to start separating from the tail – just pull the halves apart in different directions. 7. Pull out the remaining bones.

A simple salted herring recipe

Herring – fresh-frozen, 1 kg Onion – 1 head Seasonings – to taste Recipe for salted herring Soak herring for 1 hour in water, cut off the head and tail, gut without removing the skin. Rub generously with salt, leave for 2-3 hours. Then wash off the salt, put in a jar, add onion in half rings, pour in sunflower oil, refrigerate for an hour. The calorie content of the finished salted herring is 145 kcal / 100 grams.

How to pickle herring

Products Herring – 2 pieces Salt – 1 tablespoon Sugar – 1 teaspoon Water – 600 milliliters 1. Defrost 2 herrings in the refrigerator. If you are limited in time – then at room temperature. With natural defrosting, the fish will retain all its nutrients. 2. Rinse the herring, remove the gills with a knife. Place in a wide and deep dish. 3. Boil 600 milliliters of water, stir in 1 tablespoon of coarse salt and 1 teaspoon of sand. 4. Cool the marinade to room temperature and pour over the fish so that it is completely covered. Put in the refrigerator for two days to prepare lightly salted herring and for 3-4 for those who like it saltier.

How to cook spicy salted herring

Products Herring – 2 pieces Salt – 4 tablespoons Sugar – 1 tablespoon Black peppercorns – 10 pieces Allspice – 10 pieces Bay leaf – 2 pieces Water – 1 liter . 2. Bring a liter of water to a boil, add 4 tablespoons of coarse salt, a tablespoon of sand, 10 pieces of black and allspice, and a couple of parsley leaves. 3. Cool the resulting brine and pour it over the fish, then leave it in the refrigerator for a day.

Tasty Facts

– Herring is a low-calorie product. The average number of calories is from 130 to 300/100 grams. Most calories are found in oiled herring (300 kcal) and salted (260 kilocalories), but the minimum number is in boiled herring (130 kcal). Also, pickled and fried herring are considered one of the lowest calorie – 150 kcal and 180 kcal, respectively. – Herring is a source of phosphorus, protein and vitamins. In addition, herring contains omega-3 fatty acids, which are so important for humans. Their regular use normalizes the activity of the cardiovascular system. It is especially important to include omega-3 acids in your diet for pregnant women, as these acids have a beneficial effect on the formation of the brain in the fetus. – Very tasty and unusual soups are prepared from herringincluding milk.