I am having a party and would like to try a new recipe for salmon tartare. Which one is your favorite?
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I like Ina Garten's Fresh Salmon Tartare recipe on the Food network.
sashy, i love sesame oil for tuna and salmon and smoked fish tartares. I basically use some version of this:
Other than that, my fav ever tartare was at Cafe Atlantico, Jose Andres' great restnt in D.C. He coats tuna w/ a blend of coconut milk, minced red onion, jalapeno, lime juice, and tops it with crushed Corn Nuts. I could eat it all day!
There's a photo and description of his current version:
I've been googling for a recipe but haven't found one yet.
here is one of his recipes for this:
this sounds very yummy and I am now thinking tuna instead of salmon :)
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There's a really tasty salmon tartare from the Mesa Grill Cookbook (ate it several times at the old restaurant, way pre Bobby Flay's TV fame.) Just found it online - came up adapted by Amanda Hesser. Small world! http://cooking.nytimes... I've served it on thin slices of baguette, if you don't want to bother making tostones, though they are great with it.
A traditional technique we're newly obsessed with.
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