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Old 03-05-2018, 11:32 PM   #1
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Default Some Cold Smoked and Canned Salmon

I was able to replenish my supply of canned, smoked salmon recently.
Stuck with the same process I always use. I like the outcome.

Made a cure of three parts brown sugar to one part canning salt...



cut slits for even curing and smoking...





wrapped and cured in the fridge overnight...



rinsed and ready for the cold smoke..



I used a blend of alder and apple woods in my little smokehouse..



For salmon, I keep the smoke under 80F, which was no problem. The temperature remained around 45F .





The canning process intensifies the smoke flavor so a 2 hr smoke is all that's needed..











Ready for canning...

Removed the meat from the skin..



Filled the sterilized jars with smoked salmon, added onion, pepper and oil to each jar.



Wiped the rim of each jar with white vinegar before topping with hot lids..



ready for the pressure canner...



For my altitude, these process at 12lbs of pressure for 100 minutes.







I've been using the smoked salmon for several meals..

Smoked salmon deviled Blue Swede duck eggs...





Smoked salmon, cream cheese spread...



Smoked salmon, caper, cream cheese, onion bagels...



Panko crusted, smoked salmon patties with a sriracha sauce topping...



puff pastry snacks...



and my favorite... smoked salmon lasagna with creamy, gooey sauce..





I'm set for awhile!

Sorry for so many pics, but thanks for looking!
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Old 03-05-2018, 11:35 PM   #2
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Looks great, white Vinegar to sterilize I assume.
Do you process the Oil in any way and what sort?
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Old 03-05-2018, 11:41 PM   #3
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Looks great, white Vinegar to sterilize I assume.
Do you process the Oil in any way and what sort?
The jars are already sterilized. After filling the jars, I wipe the rim of the jar with white vinegar to remove oil and clean the rim so the lids will seal well.
One teaspoon of oil is added to each jar before processing for moisture. Veggie oil is my favorite, it doesn't add flavor, just moisture.
Thanks Titch!
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Looking good! Those deviled eggs are calling my name. I love duck eggs, but always scramble them, because the whites seem tough when fried. Honestly, never even thought about making deviled eggs out of them. How are the whites compared to boiled chicken eggs?
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Yum! It looks amazing as always!
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Old 03-05-2018, 11:52 PM   #6
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Looking good! Those deviled eggs are calling my name. I love duck eggs, but always scramble them, because the whites seem tough when fried. Honestly, never even thought about making deviled eggs out of them. How are the whites compared to boiled chicken eggs?
Thank you Josh! Glad to hear you're a duck egg fan too. They are my favorites.
The whites are pretty close to a chicken egg... lighter in color, more translucent than a chicken egg. I eat them pretty often so I don't notice a big difference between the two, texture wise. Sorry, not much help! lol
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Yum! It looks amazing as always!
Thanks so much Clay!
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Fantastic as usual Jeanie! I'm a fiend for deviled eggs. Never had duck eggs though. I'm going to have to be on a mission to find some now. Thanks for the great post.
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That sure looks good. You have some mad cooking and photo skills.
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Eric work neighbor! It all looks amazing

Spring Salmon season is just around the corner
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That has got to taste amazing.... your Skillz are crazy!!!!!!!!
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Looks delicious as always Jeannie!
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Wow, thanks for posting!
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Over the top!!! Truly amazing.
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