Salmon tartar easy to make
This salmon tartar recipe is the second installment of our series of tartar recipes. The first was our tuna tartar.
Like the tuna version, this is a dish of Japanese origin, very healthy and simple to make that is usually served as a starter, or appetizer before a strong meal .
Recipe of easy salmon tartar
For this dish we need very fresh salmon, clean, without skin or thorns.
Avocado is also needed, one that be ripe but without excess, since we do not want to puree.
Capers and pickles are usually optional ingredients, but they are great for this recipe so I recommend you use them.p>
How to make salmon tartar with avocado
To serve the tartar, use a mold circular kitchen. The idea is that you can distribute it in the form of kettledrum, in each dish.
Tips for an impeccable salmon tartar
- Do you want to achieve a salmon tartar with more flavor? It replaces a quarter of fresh salmon with smoked salmon.
- For this recipe, any type of mustard can be used, but the one that works best is Dijon mustard.
- of chives, parsley is also great with this recipe. It will give a different taste to tartar, but also excellent. Parsley lovers: take advantage of this tip.
- There are those who add a touch of Tabasco sauce to the mixture of liquids to marinate the fish.
- To decorate the tartar, you can use some branches of chives and fish roe black or red (caviar type).
Prevention of anisakis
As in the case of many other of our recipes with fish, we will leave here a reminder about the prevention of anisakis. This is because it has become quite common to freeze the fish before cooking them, or to simply eat them, to prevent infections against this parasite.
For prevention purposes, the recommendation is to freeze the fish during less 24 hours, and then thaw it for consumption.
Naturally, there is nothing like a fresh salmon to make this recipe, and the properties of the fish will change.