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I first discovered this easy homemade pickled fish recipe when I moved down to Cape Town from Johannesburg. Pickled fish is a well-known dish enjoyed in the Western Cape over Easter and other religious holidays.
Pickled fish is easy to prepare and tasty. I love braaing snoek and consider myself being pretty good at it. Naturally, I get many requests for fish recipes and this pickled fish recipe is one of them.
It took me a while to perfect this pickled fish recipe and seeing that we have many friends from different cultures I tried out different recipes until I got the thumbs up from everyone who tried this recipe.
The time has come to publish this pickled fish recipe and I would love to know what you think of this pickled fish recipe. You can also take a snapshot and tag us on Instagram @cookingcatdotcom
Thanks and happy Easter and pickled fish eating.
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