The seared salmon and barley sautéed with brown butter add a warming touch to this pretty, Nordic-inspired salad. Boneless trout fillets are a nice substitute, too, if fresh salmon is unavailable. If you prefer an even easier option, try topping the shaved vegetables with a few thin slices of smoked salmon or trout.
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I made it with swordfish and it was great. The salad needs more citrus in my opinion. Added some orange juice and extra lemon. Fresh and light dinner.
I took liberties with what winter vegetables were available (endive, celery, cucumber, red onion, radishes, carrots), but everything about this dish was delicious! The simple sauce and rye bread elevated this to a restaurant-quality dinner.
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