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HOT SMOKED MULLET

Recipe by Smokai

INGREDIENTS

  • 2 x Large Mullet

BRINING

Wet cure 80 per cent brine

  • 1 litre water
  • 200g Non-iodised sea salt
  • 100g Soft brown sugar

Optional ingredients for fish brines

  • Bay leaves
  • Finley chopped onion
  • Dill fresh and dried
  • Crushed black pepper corns
  • Crushed Garlic
  • Fresh or dried chillies
  • Crushed fennel seeds
  • Star anise
  • Lemon Juice
  • Fresh ginger

DIRECTIONS

  • Combine all the wet cure ingredients in a pot and heat until the salt and sugar is completely dissolved.
  • Heating is required as the water will be close to fully saturated and will take forever to dissolve at room temperature.
  • Allow to cool completely.
  • Butterfly your mullet and place completely submerged in a nonreactive container for no longer than 1 hour.
  • Remove from brine and soak in fresh cold water for 20 - 30 minutes to remove some of the saltiness and sweeten them a little.
  • Pat dry and place them skin side down on racks or hang them from dowels in your Smoker.
  • If you do not intend to smoke them straight away place them on racks uncovered skin side down in your refrigerator.
  • This has the added advantage of allowing the salt to further penetrate the flesh and dry the surface of the fish to form a pellicle for the smoke to stick to.


COOK AS FOLLOWS

  • 50 Deg C for 1 hour no smoke
  • 60 Deg C for 1 hour light smoke
  • 70 Deg C for 2 hours heavy smoke.
  • You can eat it straight but will benefit for an ageing period of 24 hours in the fridge to allow the smoke compounds to permeate the flesh and balance the flavour.

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