Herringliciousness From Freshy’s Seafood Market On Mercer Island!

Smoked Herring from Freshy’s Seafood Market for Alaska Herring Week 2017! Photo courtesy Freshy’s Seafood Market.

Smoked Herring from Freshy’s Seafood Market for Alaska Herring Week 2017! Freshy’s is a grocery paired with a seafood shack (surprisingly called, “Freshy’s Seafood Shack”) on Mercer Island. Besides have this gorgeous Smoked Herring in the case, check out what else they are offering in the Market for Alaska Herring Week, along with fresh-frozen herring fillets with which you can make any of our wonderful recipes!

Norwegian Pickled Herring from Freshy’s Seafood Market for Alaska Herring Week 2017! Photo courtesy Freshy’s Seafood Market.

Norwegian Pickled Herring from Freshy’s Seafood Market for Alaska Herring Week 2017!

Wanna make this at home? You can purchase the same Alaska Herring fillets being used by Seattle’s top chefs for Alaska Herring Week from Central Coop on Capitol Hill, Freshy’s Seafood Market on Mercer Island, Old Ballard Liquor Co. in Ballard, and Wild Salmon Seafood Market at Fisherman’s Terminal! Once you’ve done that, here’s the recipe:

Norwegian Pickled Herring

Brine:

  • 2 cups water
  • 1 3/4 oz sea salt

Brine herring fillets for two hours

Pickling:

  • 2 cups white vinegar
  • 2 tbls sugar
  • 1 tbls pepper corns
  • 8 bay leaves
  • 1 tbls mustard seed
  • 1 tbls coriander seeds
  • 1 cup sliced shallots

Bring mixture to a boil and chill. Add herring fillets and pickle for one to two days.

Sweet n Hot Pickled Herring from Freshy’s Seafood Market for Alaska Herring Week 2017! Photo courtesy Freshy’s Seafood Market.

Sweet n Hot Pickled Herring from Freshy’s Seafood Market for Alaska Herring Week 2017!

Wanna make this at home? You can purchase the same Alaska Herring fillets being used by Seattle’s top chefs for Alaska Herring Week from Central Coop on Capitol Hill, Freshy’s Seafood Market on Mercer Island, Old Ballard Liquor Co. in Ballard, and Wild Salmon Seafood Market at Fisherman’s Terminal! Once you’ve done that, here’s the recipe:

Sweet n Hot Pickled Herring

Season fillets with salt and rest for 20 minutes.

Light Rinse

Season with sugar and rest for 2 hours.

Brine:

  • 10 oz smoked pepper vinegar
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons mustard seed
  • 1 cup sliced shallots
  • Half cup smoked peppers

Bring mixture to a boil and chill. Add herring fillets and pickle for one to two days.

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