Baked arctic char with mustard potatoes

Baked Arctic char with mustard potatoes tastes absolutely delicious and is well suited when you have dinner guests, since most of it can be prepared quite well in advance.


Pour a little neutral oil into an ovenproof dish, add potatoes. Roll them around so they get oil on all sides. Season them with salt and pepper and put them in the oven at 200 degrees until they are tender. Turn them a little, so they get a little color on all sides. While the potatoes are in the oven, mix the rest of the ingredients in a bowl.

1/2 dl Bergbys søt og sterk  pølsesennep

2 ss kapers

1/2 dl olivenolje

1 finhakka vårløk

1/2 lime, kun saften


Mix with the baked potatoes and serve warm or lukewarm.

Baked arctic char:

1 hel ishavsrøye på ca. 2 kg.

100 g smør i terninger + litt til å smøre folien med

1 bunt bladpersille, hel

1/2 purre i strimler

Rinse the char well and cut off the head if necessary. Sprinkle salt and pepper in the belly and fill with butter, finely chopped leeks and parsley leaves. The filling can well spill out in all directions.
Place the Arctic char on a double sheet of thick aluminum foil greased with butter. Pack tightly together and place with the joint facing up either in a refractory form and bake in an oven at 200 degrees, approx. 20-30 min or on indirect heat on the grill (possibly on a shelf high up). Open carefully and check if the fish is ready or if it needs a little more time.

Feel free to serve baked Arctic char with mustard potatoes with sour cream added with finely chopped chives, salt and pepper and cucumber salad, for which you can find the recipe here .

Baked arctic char with mustard potatoes
Baked arctic char with mustard potatoes


You will find recipes for lots of exciting fish dishes, both for everyday use and parties HERE .


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