3 cod fillets, tuna or bonito
Coarse sea salt
Few sprigs of fresh dill
Juice of 1 lemon
1/2 teaspoon of mustard
About 150 ml olive oil
Pepper and salt to taste
Optional: spring onions for garnish
It takes a day of marinating
For this Turkish salty fish that's absolutely worth it!
You can vary with fresh dill, bay leaves or fresh thyme.


1. Rinse fish fillets, they shouldn’t contain any blood
2. Place fillets in a bowl, season with pepper
3. Add dill sprigs and cover with a thick layer of coarse sea salt
4. Refrigerate 24 hours, this way the flavours get fully absorbed by the fish
5. Rinse fish very well with cold water to get rid of the salt
6. Place fillets in cold clean water and refrigerate for another 3 hours
7. This step is really important otherwise the fish will be way too salty
8. Create lemon dressing by squeezing juice from the lemon
9. Add a bit of mustard, pepper and salt. Whisk well and drizzle oil in very slowly
10. Add oil until you’ve reached the desired thickness
11. Keep whisking otherwise juice and oil won’t combine
12. Season with pepper and salt if needed
13. Taste if the fish is rinsed enough, depending on how salty you like your fish
14. Slice into bite-size pieces and arrange on a plate
15. Thinly slice spring onion for garnish and finish with the lemon vinaigrette



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