Smoked herring with garlic and parsley sauce

Smoked herring with garlic and parsley sauce

Well, not all the Herring from last Friday were converted to big fat fish out deep, and just as well, they're tasty smoked!

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JohnF's picture

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The humble hezza. Nice! What

Fri, 2011-06-03 09:37

The humble hezza. Nice!

What was the deep sea ooglie like to eat?

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mmm?

Fri, 2011-06-03 09:48

feel like a feed of them now. were they cold smoked? ive got way to much heat in my smoker atm and it ends up cooking the fish rather than smoking.

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Johnf: ooglie was fantastic,

Fri, 2011-06-03 10:01

Johnf: ooglie was fantastic, there are a few more meals left in it yet though ;)

Southcity104: same smoker as yours, a little hot smoker, so the hezza is smoked and cooked

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Ben Derecki's picture

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Yeah that looks good, the

Fri, 2011-06-03 12:33

Yeah that looks good, the garlic cream sauce would have gone nicely with the smoked fish I'd imagine?

Need a few more fillets there though bro.

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Finger Food

Fri, 2011-06-03 15:15

Nice looking dish there till. I smoke a whole heap of Herring (tobacco not in the same recipe LOL). They are GREAT finger food with a beer. At the moment I am using Olive sawdust. It's really nice with a tinge of peppery flavour.

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