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Scandinavian Salted Herring Fillet, BANDI FOODS, 17.64 oz

Description

As with fresh herring, pickled herring is an excellent natural source of both vitamin D3 and omega-3 fatty acids. It is also a good source of selenium and vitamin B12.

100 grams may provide 680 IU of vitamin D, or 170% of the DV, as well as 84% of the DV for selenium, and 71% of the DV for vitamin B12.

Salted herring is a simple and delicious dish that can be served in different ways. Here are some ideas:

  • Cut the herring into thin pieces and place on a plate. Put chopped onions and herbs next to it. You can also add a little vegetable oil or mustard.
  • Cut the herring into pieces, mix with chopped onions, dill and mayonnaise. Put it on bread or crackers.
  • To make a foreshmuck - chop herring, onion, apple and bread soaked in water. Add vegetable oil and spices to taste. Serve with rye bread or mashed potatoes.
  • Cut the herring fillets into strips and wrap them around pieces of boiled potatoes or fresh cucumbers.
  • To prepare a herring salad - cut herring fillets, boiled potatoes, carrots, onions and pickles. Mix all the ingredients, season with mayonnaise and garnish with herbs.

Scandinavian Salted Herring Fillet, BANDI FOODS, 17.64 oz

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SKU: 314198

$14.94

    Description

    As with fresh herring, pickled herring is an excellent natural source of both vitamin D3 and omega-3 fatty acids. It is also a good source of selenium and vitamin B12.

    100 grams may provide 680 IU of vitamin D, or 170% of the DV, as well as 84% of the DV for selenium, and 71% of the DV for vitamin B12.

    Salted herring is a simple and delicious dish that can be served in different ways. Here are some ideas:

    • Cut the herring into thin pieces and place on a plate. Put chopped onions and herbs next to it. You can also add a little vegetable oil or mustard.
    • Cut the herring into pieces, mix with chopped onions, dill and mayonnaise. Put it on bread or crackers.
    • To make a foreshmuck - chop herring, onion, apple and bread soaked in water. Add vegetable oil and spices to taste. Serve with rye bread or mashed potatoes.
    • Cut the herring fillets into strips and wrap them around pieces of boiled potatoes or fresh cucumbers.
    • To prepare a herring salad - cut herring fillets, boiled potatoes, carrots, onions and pickles. Mix all the ingredients, season with mayonnaise and garnish with herbs.

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