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Old 11-20-2015, 12:14 PM   #1
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Yellowtail Carpaccio

If you're looking for a new way to prepare all that yellowtail in your freezer this recipe is simple and awesome!

Ingredients:

- Fresh yellowtail fillets

- Green Onion

- Red Onion

- Tomato

- Jalapeno

- Sesame Oil (Chili Sesame Oil is also great)

- Ponzu Sauce

- Sesame Seeds


Instructions:

1. Dice up green onion, tomato, red onion, and jalapeno and place in small bowls or leave on cutting board.

2. Slice yellowtail thinly like you would for sashimi. Angle of cut doesn't really matter...whatever you prefer.

3. Place on a plate or serving tray in a single layer.

4. Add a few drops of sesame oil to the center of each piece.

5. Add a little each of green onion, red onion, tomato, and jalapeno to each piece.

6. Sprinkle sesame seed on each piece.

7. Drizzle ponzu sauce around the edges and between pieces.

8. Consume!

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Old 11-20-2015, 12:21 PM   #2
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Re: Yellowtail Carpaccio

Looks good.

I'm curious; how long after having frozen YT can you de-frost and eat raw?

I have defrosted ahi that was frozen for a month or so, trimmed the outer meat, and eaten it raw. Was pretty decent. Not so sure how that would go with YT though as it seems to hold that "fishy" taste quite a bit more than tuna does.

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Old 11-20-2015, 12:24 PM   #3
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Re: Yellowtail Carpaccio

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Look good.

I'm curious; how long after having frozen it can you de-frost and eat raw?

I have defrosted ahi that was frozen for a month or so, trimmed the outer meat, and eaten it raw. Was pretty decent. Not so sure how that would go with YT though as it seems to hold that "fishy" taste quite a bit more than tuna does.
I love yellowtail and don't think it's fishy at all. Sometimes I'll eat it right when I fillet it, but I usually freeze it first. I have no rules on how long after it's frozen and have no problem thawing it two days later.
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Old 11-20-2015, 12:29 PM   #4
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Re: Yellowtail Carpaccio

The only time I ever had YT that was fishy was at a sushi restaurant.

Maybe you're not bleeding your fish properly or taking proper care of it before processing?

That recipe looks good you should have recommended it with fresh fish!
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That recipe looks good you should have recommended it with fresh fish!
Doh! I thought that part was obvious!
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Old 11-20-2015, 02:42 PM   #6
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Re: Yellowtail Carpaccio

Looks good. I got some secret recipes that I've been working on.
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Looks good. I got some secret recipes that I've been working on.
Do share when you're ready!
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