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Salmon two ways: semi-cooked, crunchy vegetable sticks, white butter fish sauce. tartare, yuzu cream, caviar

Mains, Salmon and tuna

In a bowl, beautiful lightly crispy vegetable sticks. On top sits a piece of semi-cooked salmon, drizzled generously with white butter fish sauce. On the edge of the plate a crispy toast covered generously with salmon tartar and a Yuzu cream, decorated with fresh herbs.


Recipe for 4 persons

Semi-cooked salmon

300 Gr
Salmon filet
25 Gr
30 Ml
Olive oil
2 Pinch(es)
Fleur de sel
3 Turn(s)
White pepper

Salmon tartar toast

300 Gr
Salmon filet
125 Ml
Plain greek yogurt 0%
4 Ml
Yuzu juice
12 Unit(s)
0.50 Unit(s)
Country bread
20 Ml
Olive oil
4 Sprig(s)
6 Sprig(s)
1 Tsp
Masago caviar
0.50 Unit(s)
Country bread

Vegetable sticks

2 Unit(s)
1 Unit(s)
1 Unit(s)
Yellow zucchini
2 Knob
3 Pinch(es)
Fleur de sel
4 Turn(s)
White pepper
2 Nut(s)

White butter fish sauce

250 Ml
Fish stock
15 Gr
50 Ml
White wine
1 Unit(s)
French shallot
50 Ml
White balsamic vinegar
150 Ml
35% cooking cream
  • Salt and pepper

Preparation time: 60.00 min

Preheat your four at 350.00 °F

  • Set up

    For the half-cooked, cut the salmon in cubes of 75g approximately. For the tartar, cut the salmon in small dices then keep it in the fridge. Chop the capers. Chop the chives. Pick the leaves off the chervil. Chop the shallots (tartar sauce). Peel the carrots and cut them in sticks (5 cm long / 0.5 cm side). Wash the zucchini and cut them in sticks (5 cm long / 0.5 cm side).

  • Semi-cooked salmon

    In a hot pan, add a knob of butter and a dash of olive oil, gently drop your salmon pieces and sear them only on one side. When nicely colored, transfer them to a baking sheet.  When you will be ready to plate, bake for 3 minutes.

  • Salmon tartar toast

    In a bowl, combine the diced salmon, the chopped chives, the olive oil, the chopped capers then mix well. Make sure you balance well the seasoning (salt & pepper) then put it back in the fridge.

    For the sauce, mix your Greek yogurt with the Yuzu juice and season with salt and pepper.

    For the toast, place the sliced bread on a baking sheet, drizzle them with olive oil and fresh cracked pepper, then roast them in the oven (broil) to give them a nice golden color.

    To finish, spread your tartar on the toasts, here and there place nice points of sauce and decorate with fresh herbs.

  • Vegetable sticks

    In a sauce pot, boil water with 10 g of salt per liter of water. Once boiling, put the carrots in the pan for 4 minutes then cool them down in an ice bath, do the same process for the zucchinis but cook them for 2 minutes instead. Before platting sauté the vegetable sticks in a hot fry pan with a knob of butter, season with salt and pepper.

  • White butter fish sauce

    In a saucepan, sweat the shallots with a knob of butter and a pinch of salt for 1 minute. Add the white wine and balsamic vinegar and let reduce by half. Add the 35% cream and 10g of butter then the fish stock. Whisk slowly to a first boil. Check the seasoning and set aside.

  • Plating

    Ideally in a sombrero plate, place your vegetable sticks, then sit the semi-cooked salmon on top, drizzle plenty of white butter sauce on top. On the edge of your plate, place the salmon tartar toast. Finalize the dish by garnishing with a few chervil leaves.

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