A quick salmon crudo with soy-sesame dressing. Tender fresh slices of salmon bathing in a slightly spicy dressing with citrus notes, a touch of garlic and some fresh ginger make this dish hit all the right notes. A perfect balance of bright, punchy, and downright delicious flavors. Just add some shallots and you’ll have a perfect appetizer with a luxurious texture and fragrance. This one will wow your dinner guests. What’s even better? It takes only 10 minutes to throw together. Oh, and did I mention there is no cooking involved!? —Anna Chwistek | Serving Dumplings
What You'll Need
10.6 oz sushi-grade salmon
shallot, thinly sliced
flake salt + black pepper
small garlic clove, minced
toasted sesame oil
low sodium soy sauce
sriracha, more to taste
To make the soy-sesame dressing. Combine all ingredients, set aside.
Arrange the salmon slices on a plate. Top with shallot.
Pour the soy-sesame dressing over the salmon. Sprinkle with lime juice.
Finish off with flake salt, black pepper and cilantro. Serve immediately!