Tartare di trota salmonata alle mele – Tartare of salmon trout with apples

Courtesy of Suedtirol.info

Tartare of salmon trout with apples

First with Granny Smith apples from Alto Adige

Difficulty: easy
Preparation time: 30 min
Style: modern
Apple: Granny Smith

Ingredients

One bunch of tarragon
70 g of crème fraîche
100-150 ml of cream
One teaspoon of white wine vinegar
1/2 untreated lemon
Two anchovy fillets
One teaspoon capers
Salt
Freshly ground black pepper
200 g of potatoes resistant to cooking
200 ml of seed oil for frying
300 g salmon trout fillet
1-2 shallots
One tart South Tyrolean apple, Granny Smith, or another type
One red chili pepper, not too hot
Three tablespoons olive oil

A recipe by Felicitas Then

How to make Tartare di trota salmonata alle mele – Tartare of salmon trout with apples

Set aside some tarragon leaves for the final decoration and coarsely chop the others. Combine them with the crème fraîche, cream, white wine vinegar, grated lemon rind, anchovies, and capers. Puree in a blender until creamy. Adjust salt and pepper.

Cut the potatoes into cubes, fry them in oil until golden brown, place them on kitchen paper to remove excess grease, and adjust salt and pepper.

Remove any skin from the salmon trout fillet. Core the apple, clean the chili and peel the shallot, then chop finely. Mix the fish, apple, shallot, and chili and season with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Season to taste with soy sauce.

Spread the tarragon cream in the center of the plate, place the salmon trout tartare on top, garnish with the diced potatoes and remaining tarragon leaves.

Regional recipe from Südtirol

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