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Spicy Tuna Tartar

What I should do with small tuna cut left over from Tuna sushi?.Usually I just chop the uneven size tuna up in smaller pieces and mix with my own made special sauce for Spicy Tuna Tartar.There is so many version of Tuna Tartar out there...mostly all of them don't use mayo and chili sauce ..but I like mine spicy..


1 oz chopped/diced tuna

1 tbsp mayo

1 tbsp olive oil

1/4 stalk scallion(sliced small)

1 tsp Vietnamese Chili sauce(Cock Brand)

1 tsp tobiko/masago/fish egg

1 tsp sesame oil

a sliced of lemon (extract juice)


1:Chop/diced tuna in small pieces.Use a medium bowl ,add in all the above sauce ingredients ,mix well.Add in chopped tuna into the sauce and mix well.Ready to serve chill as appetizer.


You can use fish like salmon instead of tuna for this tartar appetizer.I like mine tartar with chili sauce flavor,you can use wasabi if you have spare.Some people like to eat with cracker or salad like shredded daikon with this tartar.



Anonymous said...
August 7, 2008 at 6:14 PM

Looks like a refreshing dish!

Anonymous said...
August 7, 2008 at 9:39 PM

i am not a big fan of raw fish, but sous chef wud go crazy over this :)

Anonymous said...
August 8, 2008 at 12:52 AM

Beachlover, you have a lovely site. I am so glad I saw it on the foodie blogroll. Your joy of cooking shows in your posts. Thank you for sharing.

Anonymous said...
August 10, 2008 at 7:04 PM

There may be lots of tuna tartare recipes out there but I'm going to try yours first, because it looks good and spicy!

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