salmon tartar, parmesan shortbread, pepper and green onion piperade, garlic petals, chives
Brunch, Salmon and tuna, Risotto, pasta and Rice, Vegetables and Fruits
A fresh twist on a tartar full of flavor and textures.
IngredientsRecipe for 4
- Salt and pepper
Preparation time: 45 min
Preheat your Four at 375 °F
Finely slice the the chives and french shallots.
Cut the salmon into small cubes and set aside in the fridge or ontop of a bowl of ice cubes.
Finely mince the capers and garlic.
Remove the seeds from the peppers and cut them into cubes.
Pluck the rosemary and mince the leaves.
Zest the citrus and the juice them, set aside.
Finely slice the basil.
Finely slice the green onion.
With the help of a mandolin, slice the garlic as thinly as possible. In a hot skillet with a good quantity of canola oil, fry the garlic until golden and crispy. Set aside on paper towel and seaso nwith salt.
In a mixing bowl combine all of the ingredients for the tartar. Gently stir and season to taste.
- Parmesan crumble
Combine all of the ingredients and once the mixture starts to form lumps, transfer to a baking sheet and let rest in the fridge for roughly one hour. Cook in the oven for 20 minutes.
Throughout the cooking process, stir from time to time to get the most consistent coloration possible.
- Pepper piperade
In a sauce pot with oil, cook the peppers with the onion and then add the garlic and rosemary. On low heat, continue to cook for roughly 20 minutes. Season to taste and set aside.
- Garnish and plating
On the bottom of your serving dish, make a nice bottom spread with the tartar. Garnish with garlic petals, parmesan, green onion and chives. Sprinkle with fleur de sel and a crack of pepper. Decorate with young sprouts.
Be careful not to over mince rosemary, it is likely to blacken.