KLADESHOLMEN DILLSILL HERRING IN DILL
Marinated herring with onions, dill and spices in a clear marinade.
After many months the herring is mature and ready to be cooked following our own family recipes. The herring is weighed and flavored with selected spices, onions and other vegetables. We then put the herring in glass jars with a sauce, spiced according to our recipe. The filled herring jar is then sealed with a lid and labeled. Then the cans are packed and transported inland to the shops' coolers and to the restaurants who like to serve our herring.
Klädesholmen is an old fishing community dating back to the 15th century, where herring salting-houses and canneries were built early on. Like most of the Swedish island and coastal communities, Klädesholmen had its golden age during the Great Herring Period 1748-1808.
Herring (Clupea harengus), water, sugar, onion, salt, vinegar, dill and spices. Consumable E211.
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