Buckling (fish)


Buckling (fish)

A buckling is a form of hot-smoked herring similar to the kipper and the bloater. The head and guts are removed but the roes remain. They may be eaten hot or cold.

Origin

The word may come from the German "Bückling" or the Swedish "Böckling" both words denoting the kipper.

References

External links

* [http://www.saunalahti.fi/~marian1/gourmet/herring.htm Herring page]

ee also

*"Böckling", Swedish hot smoked herring


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