• 2 about 200 gr fish filets (pike or other white, low-fat fish)
  • 4 strips of bacon
  • Salt
  • White pepper
  • (rye bread)




Not many people consider pike to be a good fish to eat, but here's a good recipe for a good pike dish.

Start by catching one pike (or buy it from a supermarket). Next step is to make a boneless and skinless filet, this is the hardest part so you should practice a little or let someone with skill do this part.

Next, add generous amount of salt to the filet, and a bit of whitepepper as well. Then place a strip of bacon in your cutting board/workspace, place your filet on top of it, and add another strip of bacon on top.

Then, tightly roll whole package in to a nice and tight roll, and secure it in place wit few wooden skewers.

This can be done over a bonfire or in a home grill. Place your fishrolls on top of a flame, and fry them in mild temperature (150-200 C) constantly turning until bacon and fish is well done. Fish is cooked when it crumbles when you poke it with a fork.

Serve the rolls with ryebread and cold drink, preferably with some dry white wine.