Generally, tartare – is, in Greek mythology, a deep abyss, in depth comparable to the height of the sky. And funny, that this delicious snack is also called tartare.

But don’t talk about things. For me tartare, put it crudely, is chopped minced raw meat, which is served on a plate, presenting a full meal.

And therefore to put Salmon Tartare Recipe with Avocado on the crisps is a very interesting idea. I hope this recipe of delicious tartare you’ll like. Enjoy your meal.

Therefore, distract a little from the internet and prepare for yourself a great appetizer:

Salmon Tartare Recipe with Avocado on Parmesan Crisps:

Salmon tartare with avocado on parmesan crisps Recipe
Recipe Type: Appetiser
Cuisine: French Cuisine
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Ingredients
  • Salmon fillet – 200g
  • Capers – 1 tbsp
  • Shallot – 1 pc
  • Avocado – 1 pc
  • Lime juice to taste
  • Olive oil – 25ml
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Parmesan – 100g
Instructions
Preparation of tartare:
  1. Cut salmon fillet into small cubes.
  2. Mince shallot and capers.
  3. Peel avocado and cut it into small cubes as salmon.
  4. Mix all ingredients and season with lime juice, olive oil, salt and pepper.
Preparation of parmesan crisps:
  1. Grate cheese on a fine grater and place on parchment with a teaspoon.
  2. At a distance from each other.
  3. Bake until golden brown.
  4. Allow to cool.
Service:
  1. On parmesan crisps, put tartare and decorate any available greens.

And here’s a video recipe that I shotted for the culinary channel GastroLab:

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