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Healthy and crunchy salmon sashimi salad

Recipe (lunch)

HEALTHY AND CRUNCHY SALMON SASHIMI SALAD

Bart was visiting the village Emmonak, in Alaska. There he prepared a sashimi salmon salad along the Yukon River. That is Alaska’s longest river and is famous for it’s salmon. The yup’ik-eskimo’s fished there the best wild salmon in a sustainable way. Bart shows how to make a delicious salad with such a fresh salmon. It is not even difficult to prepare. This sashimi salmon salad is simply fresh, healthy and a real delicacy!

  • 1

    Remove the back of the leek and cut it through the middle. Cut the leek into vertical pieces. Grab a bowl, put cold water in it and let the leek lay there for 10 minutes.

  • 2

    Grab the radish and cut the peel off with a speed peeler. Cut the back of it. Peel the radish with a box grater. Do the same with a carrot

  • 3

    Slice the cucumber in half and scoop out the seeds. Cut the cucumber by half and then into vertical pieces. Cut a red radish through the middle, slice it really thin. Slice a half red onion in thin pieces. Add them to the bowl.

  • 4

    Peel a centimer of the ginger with a speed peeler off. Grate half a centimeter of the ginger into the salad. Add a teaspoon of soy sauce. Grate a half of a lime peel in the salad. Cut the lime in half and add the juice to the salad.

  • 5

    Give the salad a mix and add a bit of sesame seed. Take a nice scoop of the salad and put it on a plate. Chop a few cashew nuts and sprinkle it over the salad.

  • 6

    Now it's time for the salmon. Take the skin off. Slice the salmon in slices of 2 millimeters. Take the leek parts out of water, grab a few leaves of cilantro, cut a bit of frish mint and arrange them on the salad. Then add the salmon on the salad.

  • 7

    Place your frying pan on high heat and add 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil. Add half a table spoon of sesame oil to the frying pan. When you see the smoke is coming up of the pan, add one table spoon of the oil on top of the salad.

  • 8

    Add a half a tablespoon of soy sauce, lime juice, extra sesame seed and don't forget the black pepper. Enjoy!

Ingredients

  • - 1 leek, in small strips

  • - Water

  • - 1 radish, grated

  • - 1 carrot, grated

  • - 1 cucumber, strips

  • - 1/2 red radish, in slices

  • - 2 spring onions, in rings

  • - 1/2 red onion, thin slices

  • - 1 ginger, grated

  • - Soy sauce

  • - 1 lime

  • - Sesame seed

  • - 1 handful cashew nuts, chopped

  • - 1 whole salmon filet

  • - 1 bunch of cilantro

  • - 1 bunch of mint, cut into small pieces

  • - 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil

  • - 1/2 tablespoon of sesame oil

  • - black pepper

  • 30 minutes
  • 3 persons