Marinated Raw Salmon

I would like to keep my cooking blog very easy to follow and extremely straightforward and clutter-free. One of its goals is to present ideas for those who work full-time and have little time or inspiration to come up with new creative ideas every time. More importantly, this blog is for the exchange of recipes, which is why I am also inviting contributors, who are interested in sharing their recipes but are not necessarily interested in creating and maintaining a blog of their own.

This blog is constant work in progress and will keep changing. Enjoy looking through the recipes and feel free to modify them when cooking as you like, comments and contribution are of course much appreciated. This dish is light and flavorful, a variation of another recipe that I have been working on for a while, but requires a lot less time and work. Can be served on its own or on the top of a salad.


300 gr salmon fillets

juice of 1 orange

juice of 1 lemon

2 tbsps Himalayan salt or another salt of your choice

2 tsp stevia powder, or sugar (brown sugar works best)

1/4 tsp fresh ground black pepper

Get Ready to Drool

Cut the salmon into two thin slices and then in bite-size 3-4 pieces, put in a bowl. In another bowl mix all of the ingredients together. Pour over the salmon and mix well with a spoon, pushing the salmon down to be covered with the marinade. Cover the dish with aluminium foil and put in the fridge for 24 hours. When ready, take the salmon pieces out of the marinade and serve with fresh chopped greens of your choice.