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Tuna tataki

INGREDIENTS


TUNA LOIN (Previously frozen to avoid Anisakis) 500 G
SOY SAUCE 80 ML
RICE VINEGAR 1-2 Tbsp.
GRATED FRESH GINGER TO TASTE
SESAME TO TASTE
V CENTENARIO HACIENDA GUZMÁN EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
SESAME OIL 1 Tbsp.
To make soy sauce with soy
V CENTENARIO HACIENDA GUZMÁN EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
EGG 1 UNIT
RICE VINEGAR 1 Tbsp.
SOY SAUCE 2 Tbsp.
SALT
PEPPER

Now, we move to the Far East to prepare a tuna tataki recipe like authentic Japanese, but in an easy way to make at home with our V Centenario Hacienda Guzmán Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Having fresh and quality Bluefin tuna to obtain a more authentic flavor and have a better result is ideal. You can prepare this dish for a special event and surprise your guests and you will surely repeat it, because more than a recipe it is a style of cooking that once learned is not forgotten.

If you like exotic flavors, we invite you to try this tuna tataki recipe at home. Do you dare to do it?

We are going to define the instructions for this tuna tataki recipe, very well, since the flavor of the final tuna will depend on doing it correctly. Put the soy sauce and our V Centenario Hacienda Guzmán Extra Virgin Olive Oil on hand. Let's start!

1. Cut the tuna into 'ingots' with precision and great care.

2. Mix the soy sauce, sesame oil, grated ginger and rice vinegar in a bowl.

3. Place the tuna in the dish and marinate for at least 30 minutes. Turn the tuna over to be impregnated on all sides.

4. Place the sesame seeds on a plate and cover the tuna with them, leaving the ends free.

5. In a frying pan, add V Centenario Hacienda Guzmán Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Once it is very hot, brown the tuna on each of the 4 sides (approx. 1-2 min on each side)
The ends are not cooked so you can see how much is cooking in the center.

6. Remove the tuna from the heat and allow cooling well before slicing.

To prepare the sauce with soy:

1. Pour the egg, salt, pepper and lemon juice or vinegar into the blender glass. Beat everything very well.

2. Gradually add the V Centenario Hacienda Guzmán Extra Virgin Olive Oil until emulsified. Add the soy sauce and mix.

3. Put the tuna tataki cut into not very thin slices and accompany with the sauce made with soy.

You can use other fish to make other versions such as salmon and you can accompany it with rice, pasta or vegetables if you feel like making it more complete.

We hope you lose your fear of oriental recipes with this tuna tataki recipe with ourV Centenario Hacienda Guzmán Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It requires more care than difficult, so we encourage you to experience its flavor.
Surely, you will repeat!