gravlaks
noun see gravlax

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • gravlaks — noun see gravlax …   Useful english dictionary

  • gravlax — [ gravlaks] (also gravadlax) noun a Scandinavian dish of dry cured salmon marinated in herbs. Origin Swed., from grav trench + lax salmon (from the former practice of burying the salmon in salt in a hole in the ground) …   English new terms dictionary

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  • gravlax — or gravlaks noun Etymology: Swedish gravlax or Norwegian gravlaks, from grav pit, hole, grave + Swedish lax, Norwegian laks salmon Date: 1848 salmon usually cured with salt, pepper, dill, and aquavit …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Cuisine of Norway — Norwegian cuisine is in its traditional form largely based on the raw materials readily available in a country dominated by mountains, wilderness and the sea. Hence, it differs in many respects from its continental counterparts with a stronger… …   Wikipedia

  • Gastronomía de Noruega — La cocina noruega está fundamentada, en su forma más tradicional, en gran parte en las materias primas disponibles en su país que como se sabe está dominado por las montañas, parajes agrestes y el mar. Por lo tanto, se diferencia en muchos… …   Wikipedia Español

  • gravlax — ˈgrävˌläks noun or gravlaks Etymology: Swedish gravlax or Norwegian gravlaks, from grav pit, hole, grave (from Old Norse gröf) + Swedish lax, Norwegian laks salmon, from Old Norse …   Useful english dictionary

  • Gravlax — or gravad lax (Swedish, Danish), gravlaks (Norwegian), graavilohi (Finnish), graflax (Icelandic) is a Scandinavian dish consisting of raw salmon cured in salt, sugar, and dill. Gravlax is usually served as an appetizer, sliced thinly and… …   Wikipedia

  • Graved Lachs — auf Knäckebrot mit Pfeffer und Zitrone Graved Lachs (dänisch graved laks, schwedisch gravad lax, norwegisch gravlaks, finnisch graavilohi) oder Gravlax heißt wörtlich übersetzt „Eingegrabener Lachs“. Diese Methode, den frisch gefangenen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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