Vinegar Brine for Norwegian Herring

Vinegar Brine for Norwegian Herring

Many of our recipes of pickled herring is based on pre-pickled herring that can be bought in a selection of stores. Here is the recipe you should start with if you're making it from scratch.

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Ingredients

Number of servings

Soused herring

Procedure

  • Bring water and sugar to a boil and cool.

  • Add vinegar.

  • Cut the herring fillets in pieces and onion in thin slices.

  • Layer the herring and onion in a glass with the soused herring spices.

  • Pour over the vinegar brine and cover with a lid.

  • The herring should be kept in the refrigerator for 24 hours before eaten.

Tip: Fresh dill gives this recipe an extra nice touch.

Many of our recipes of pickled herring is based on pre-pickled herring that can be bought in a selection of stores. Here is the recipe you should start with if you're making it from scratch.