Chef and food writer Mark Hix makes enough smoked salmon to supply his four restaurants plus others. He starts with salmon from Scotland and then dry-cures it in a mix of rock salt and molasses sugar for 10 to 12 hours before smoking it.Home curing can be a delightful and rewarding experience, as the patrons of Mark Hix's restaurants will attest. ... Home curing with top chef Mark Hix | Telegraph.co.uk
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