How to prepare crudités at home as good as those in the restaurant and the best combinations to create dishes with an exotic or Mediterranean twist
Fresh, light and delicious at the same time. The tartare is very good and very easy to prepare: why eat it only at the restaurant? Once we have learned the basic technique, we will be able to make tasty dishes with an exotic soul, perfect for a light lunch or to start dinner on the right foot. We think of salmon before thinking about tartare: the perfect fish for preparation is a fresh, barbed and private skin salmon fillet. Like all cases in which raw fish is consumed, it must be felled in freezer for 96 hours at -20 ° C or buy it already felled from the fishmonger. Once you have taken the salmon fillet suitable for a raw consumption then, it is necessary wash it, dry it well and prepare it for cutting. Make then of the strips of about 1 cm in width from which you will start to make the cubes. Depending on the preparations and your personal taste, the dimensions may vary: the larger the pieces of fish, the more intense the feeling of raw will be. And now that the base is ready, let's have fun with the best recipes!
With the sprouts
To prepare a delicious tartare with salmon, sprouts and soy sauce, cut the fish fillet with a knife to obtain cubes about half a centimeter per side. Add them to the soy sauce with a teaspoon of rice oil and leave to rest for about 10 minutes. Portion it with a spoon, add half a teaspoon of sesame seeds and complete with bean sprouts and edible flowers to taste.
This preparation enhances the authentic flavors of our kitchen, adding a small exotic twist. Then season the diced salmon with a splash of lime, extra virgin olive oil, a pinch of salt and freshly ground pepper. Complete with tropea onion, capers and some avocada cubes. Enrich to taste with cherry tomatoes and finely chopped olives.
Those who love tropical fruit will not be able to resist this version. In a coppapasta create a base with diced avocado and season with lime, salt and pepper. Then form a layer of coarsely chopped salmon and season with oil, salt and pepper to taste. Complete with a layer of diced mango, remove the mold and serve.
To make this creamy version, season the salome with a spoonful of mayonnaise and finely chopped chives. Complete to taste with herbs and serve it alone or as a tasty filling for sandwiches.
With the avocado
Here you go on the classic! To make this tartare, prepare a base with diced avocado (preferably ripe) and seasoned with lime, salt and pepper. Complete with a layer of salmon enriched with chopped red onion, a drizzle of oil, salt and a pinch of pepper.