Chef's Quick Tip: Tuna Tartare

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Ingredients  

½ cup diced Ahi tuna Sashimi

1/8 cup of diced red onion

½ tsp cilantro

¼ avocado sliced thin

Pinch of sea salt and cracked pepper

Squeeze bottle with ¾ soy sauce ¼ olive oil

Directions:

Micro greens or thin fried potato’s

Mix tuna, onions and cilantro in a mixing bowl add salt and pepper. Lightly add the olive oil and soy sauce mixture to the ingredients. Place a 3 “ cylinder mold in the center of your plate and add this mixture. Garnish with avocado and micro greens/potato’s. Remove ring

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