Cure the salmon (1-2 days before serving)
1. Lay the salmon skin side down on a tray that will fit in the fridge lined with a few slices of cling film. Juice the lemon and brush on top of the salmon.
2. Mix the salt and sugar together and pack on top of the salmon. Finally, top with the grated beetroot.
3. Wrap the salmon tightly in the cling film and place in the fridge with some weight on it (baked bean cans or another tray will do).
4. Leave the salmon for 1-2 days turning it over regularly. The time here will depend on how far you want to take the cure, but it should be a minimum of 12 hours.
5. Remove from the fridge, wash any salt and beetroot from the salmon and pat it dry.
Make the dill oil
6. For the dill oil pick the dill and blend with the rapeseed oil. Drizzle in some lemon juice to taste and season.
Make the celeriac remoulade
7. Drain the grated celeriac, combine with crème fraiche, the chopped herbs, the Dijon mustard and some seasoning.
Plate and assemble
8. To assemble swipe some extra crème fraiche onto the plate with a spoon and sprinkle some crushed pink peppercorns on the top. Thinly slice the salmon and arrange 3 slices on top of the crème fraiche. Top with a generous teaspoon of the celeriac mixture. Garnish with toast and pe shoots and dress with the oil.