Making gravlax sounds scarier than it is. Although it is often considered a luxury food, gravlax is relatively simple to create at home, and adds an elegant touch of color and taste to any formal gathering.
What exactly is gravlax?
The word gravlax is a combination of two words: “Grav,” meaning to dig or bury, and “lax” meaning salmon. Salmon is “buried” under a layer of salt, dill and curing spices until the moisture is extracted and the fish is cured.
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