Salmon tartar with dill and cucumber, potatoes salad with french shallots
Mains, Salmon and tuna
Salmon tartare, complete with a yuzu mayonnaise, diced cucumber and caviar masago.
IngredientsRecipe for 25 Tapas
For the tartare
For the mayo
- Olive oil
- Vegetable oil
- Salt and pepper
Preparation time: 45 min
- Mise en place
In a saucepan, poach the shrimps 2 minutes in simmering water, then cool them and cut into small cubes. Remove the skin from salmon and cut into cubes. Peel and seed the cucumber and cut into small dice (brunoise). Chop the chives and shallot finely.
- Preparation for the mayo
Clarify your eggs, mix the yolks with mustard. With a whisk, drizzle in the 2 oils until you reach the desired consistency. Afterwards, add the yuzu and season as needed with salt and pepper.
In a large pot, put the potatoes in a large volume of cold water and bring to a boil.
When you can easily go threw the potatoes with a tip of a knife you can remove the potatoes from hot water and cool them with cold water.
Slice the potatoes, add the thinly sliced shallots, the balsamic vinegar. Adjust with salt and peper if needed.
- To serve
In a bowl, mix the salmon, the shrimp and cucumber, add your mazago caviar and shallots. Mix gently with yuzu mayonnaise, to obtain the desired consistency. Finish the tartar with chives and adjust the seasoning with salt and pepper. Make quenelles and drop them on top of your croutons.
To get the best possible results, make sure all your ingredients are diced finely as it will ensure the best texture when eating. Before adding your citrus to the mayonnaise, make sure you have added enough oil so that the mayo is solid otherwise it will be to liquidy and you will not have a tartar that holds.
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- Salmon tartar with dill and cucumber, potatoes salad with french shallots