In Ireland, salmon is one of the noble products of the local soil! And the population knows how to cook it like no other country! The proof is in the irish roasted salmon. It is a kind of roasted salmon, previously marinated. The result is excellent!
Roasted salmon has the particularity of being tender and melting in the mouth. The salmon is marinated in a mixture of honey, cider vinegar, whiskey, thyme and lemon. The result is an almost candied steak, which is then cooked in the oven.
Many Irish restaurants and irish pubs offer this dish à la carte. It is a delight, combining sweet and savoury flavours, wonderfully balanced by cider vinegar.
Irish-roasted salmon is one of the great classics of Irish cuisine. Best enjoyed with rice, or a pan-fried vegetable dish!