Recipe

Fish tartare with green asparagus from Valais

Fish tartare, green asparagus from Valais, red onion chutney, yuzu mayonnaise and Aomori black garlic, Valais, Switzerland

Red onion chutney

Preparation

  1. Peel and chop the red onions.
  2. Sweet the red onions in a little olive oil, season with salt.
  3. When soft, deglaze with the sherry vinegar and red wine. Add the grenadine syrup.
  4. Cook gently over a low heat for approx. 20 min. until the onions look like a compote.

Fish tartare

Preparation

  1. Peel the green asparagus and put into boiling salted water for 5 min. Drain and chill in cold water with ice cubes.
  2. Chop the asparagus into 2 mm cubes. Keep the heads and set aside for decoration.
  3. Chop the cornichons, capers, shallots and chives finely.
  4. Chop the trout and sea bass fillets into 2 mm cubes.
  5. Put the chopped fish in a bowl. Add the cornichons, capers, shallots and asparagus cubes, mix well. Season with salt and pepper.
  6. Add the olive oil and orange juice and mix well.
  7. Put into round moulds and set aside in the fridge.

Yuzu mayonnaise

Preparation

  1. Mix the egg yolk with the mustard and season with salt.
  2. Add the rapeseed oil in a stream while stirring vigorously with a whisk to obtain a mayonnaise.
  3. Add the yuzu juice, a dash of sherry vinegar and the zest from the lime.
  4. Set aside in the fridge.

 

Serving

  • Place the tartare in the centre of each plate. Garnish with slices of green asparagus and Aomori black garlic.
  • Place a quenelle of red onion chutney and yuzu mayonnaise beside the tartare.

 

Recipe: Grégoire Antonin, Chef at Nouvo Bourg restaurant Saillon

Fish tartare, green asparagus from Valais, red onion chutney, yuzu mayonnaise and Aomori black garlic, Valais, Switzerland Peel and chop the red onions. Sweet the red onions in a little olive oil, season with salt. When soft, deglaze with the sherry vinegar and red wine. Add the grenadine syrup. Cook gently over a low heat for approx. 20 min. until the onions look like a compote.