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Try This at Home: How to Make Gravlax

Make brunch like an Iron Chef: Marc Forgione shows you how to cure your own salmon.
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Gravlax is salmon that's cured in salt, sugar and dill and is not smoked. It's different from the lox sold today, which is often cold-smoked.

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"Gravlax is so easy to make … I like to drape slices over warm scrambled eggs," says Mark.

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Remove the bones: Run the back of a chef's knife along the surface of the salmon to help reveal any bones. 

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Use tweezers to pull out the bones, dipping them in water as you go so the bones slip off. Pat the salmon dry with paper towels and set aside.

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