Sea bass Tartare with citrus

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Sea bass Tartare with citrus
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Description

If you are ever looking for a quick starter with exotic flavors, here’s your answer. To make it, raw sea bass (or other meaty white fish) is marinated in a tangy three-citrus blend of orange, lime, and yuzu—a sour Japanese citrus fruit available at Asian food markets. Not to fear: The acids in the marinade “cook” the fish so it’s perfectly safe to eat, but you should always start with the freshest fish you can find, preferably from a trusted fishmonger.

Ingredients

  • 7/8 gram fresh sea bass (very)
  • 1 tablespoon yuzu juice (bought in an Asian grocery store)
  • 1/2 orange juice (and zest)
  • 1 lime juice (and zest)
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 avocado
  • 2 tomatoes (yellow)
  • 1/2 bunch chives
  • coarse salt

Directions

  1. 1Remove the skin from the fillet and cut the sea bass into 1/2 centimeter wide strips. Then, dice the strips.
  2. 2Wash the citrus, wipe them dry, and zest them with a grater. Put zests in a bowl with the juices and the olive oil. Stir, add the pieces of sea bass as well as the chives.
  3. 3Salt. Using coarse salt with Espelette pepper adds a lot of flavor.
  4. 4Refrigerate for 1 hour.
  5. 5Cut tomatoes and avocados into small cubes. Add them to the fish tartar, stirring gently.
  6. 6Place the tartare in pastry circles, packing a little with the back of a small teaspoon.
  7. 7Serve with toast.
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NutritionView more

170Calories
Sodium8%DV200mg
Fat22%DV14g
Protein4%DV2g
Carbs4%DV11g
Fiber16%DV4g

PER SERVING *

Calories170Calories from Fat130
% DAILY VALUE*
Total Fat14g22%
Saturated Fat2g10%
Trans Fat
Cholesterol
Sodium200mg8%
Potassium470mg13%
Protein2g4%
Calories from Fat130
% DAILY VALUE*
Total Carbohydrate11g4%
Dietary Fiber4g16%
Sugars5g10%
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Calcium
Iron

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.