How to make:
Quick and easy homemade Tartar
This salmon tartar is an absolute favorite of mine and a real "crowd-pleaser". Served as a starter, as a side dish or (if you're feeling fancy) also as a dip for tortilla chips. Everyone will love this recipe and you will surely receive a lot of praise ;). I really like to make this tartar, it's so easy and quick and really delicious. Besides, the first recipe on my blog had to be something special! You'll see how easy it is to look like a master chef! If you still haven't had enough salmon after this recipe, you can also try this Poke Bowl!
Ingredients for Salmon Tartar (serves 4)
1 small Onion
Salt, Pepper, Chili
Additionally: Crackers, Tortilla Chips or Bread
The most important thing for the salmon tartar is of course the salmon. In order to perfectly cut it into small pieces, I recommend keeping it in the freezer first. It should not be completely frozen, but just enough to be cut with a sharp knife.
Carefully cut small cubes and put them aside. The salmon should be defrosted quickly at room temperature while you prepare the rest of the ingredients.
Tip: You can easily cut a ripe avocado by making a cut through the skin and then peeling off each side.
1/2 Mango · 1 small Onion· 1/2 Pepper · Fresh Parsley ·
Lemon juice · Chili · Salt · Pepper
Cut the remaining ingredients into small pieces as well and arrange everything in a bowl. For the dressing, mix lemon juice with salt, pepper, parsley and chili to taste. Drizzle on the tartar and mix well.
You can keep the salmon tartar in the fridge for a few days. It tastes best after a few hours of "soaking". If you're in a hurry it can also be served immediately and will still be delicious, though.
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