Sashimi Tartar Sauce

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My husband and I are food enthusiasts and we love all kind of dishes around the world. Food plays an important part in our lives and it is a big role on every trip we make. For the first three years of our marriage, I promised him a new dish every week. And I made it. Here is one that I experimented with last summer when sashimi (Japanese fresh raw fish) was especially fresh. It is an easy recipe to put together and a perfect appetizer for the hot summer days, especially here in Dallas.

Sashimi Tartar Sauce



  • 3 slices of sashimi grade yellowtail & salmon
  • seasalt
  • white pepper
  • mint leave
  • basil leave
  • ½ advocado

Sensibilitie recipe



Mix 1 Tbs soy sauce, 1 Tbs vinegar, 1 chopped mint leave, 1 chopped basil leave, 1 Tbs of mirin together

Sashimi mix
  1. Dice-dice up sashimi of your choice (such as yellowtail & salmon) and add to bowl.
  2. Add finely chopped green onion, 1/2 tsp sea salt and white pepper into bowl. Mix well and set aside
  3. Cube up 5-6 slices of avocado.
  4. Put advocado into food mold of 1/2 inch thick. Add sashimi mix and firmly press onto mold.
  5. Remove food mold and add sauce on top. Other optional toppings you could add include tobiko (capelin roe), Japanese daikon sprouts, etc.


Article & Photography by: Hong

Hong M

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