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    BBQ Potatoes with parsley salmon

    That’s right, this time the potatoes play lead role. It is one of those vegetables you take for granted, but well cooked it really stands out. I served it with salmon and a great (cold) caviar sauce.


    Ingredients
    Potatoes
    2 baked potatoes (raw)
    2 sundried tomatoes
    2 sardines
    1 tbsp canola oil
    1 turnip cabbage (bonus veg)
    Fish
    1 kg salmon, with skin
    2-3 tbsp persillade (chopped parsley and garlic mix)
    Sauce
    2 dl / 0.8 cups creme fraiche
    2 tbsp caviar (black)
    a touch of olive oil
    a pinch of salt

    1 tbsp mayo
    2 tbsp sour cream

    Instructions
    Start by rubbing the salmon with the persillade. Cover it well and put in a plastic bag in the fridge. Let it marinade for at least one hour.


    Salmon with parsillade rub:

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    Get your grill started, configure it for indirect grilling. This time we run it slightly higher, at 140° C / 280° F. Place the potato and turnip cabbage on the grate, and let them cook for 1 hour.
    In the meantime, create the potato ”rub” by chopping the sundried tomatoes and sardines well, and mix with the oil.

    Potato "rub", full of flavor:

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    Place the salmon on the grill after the 1 hour has passed. Close the lid and leave it all for roughly 45 minutes.


    Everything on the grate:

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    Now check the potatoes. When they have softened, squash/flatten them a bit and apply the tomato/sardine rub. Close the lid again, and leave it until the salmon is done (inner temperature is 58° C / 137° F).
    Mix the sauce by adding caviar to the creme fraiche. Add a touch of oil, and salt to taste.
    Serve it all on a plate with some fresh salad. I peeled the turnip cabbage and diced it.

    The plate, ready to serve:

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    We picked up taters today to either go along with the ribs for tonight, or the boneless (by my doing) picnic that is getting cooked overnight.

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      #3
      Looks tasty. I've never had caviar and it's been a long time since I had sardines. Hope you enjoyed it!

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      • Henrik
        Henrik commented
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        Thanks, we sure enjoyed it.

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