Light and healthy, this salmon tartare with capers, green onion, avocado and toasted sesame seeds tossed with fresh lime, soya sauce and olive oil is so easy with just a little bit of chopping involved.
500gfresh sushi-grade salmon fillet,without skin, diced in small cubes
2green onions,finely chopped
2tablespoonscapers,rinsed and roughly chopped
1tablespoontoasted sesame seeds
dash of extra-virgin olive oil
2ripe avocados,peeled, pitted, and diced
juice of 2 limes
Transfer the cubed salmon to a large bowl and add the green onions, chopped capers and sesame seeds. Stir to combine. Add a splash of olive oil and the soy sauce; mix again. If desired, adjust seasoning to taste.
In a small bowl, toss the diced avocado with lime juice.
Serve the tartare using a medium-sized ring mold. Spoon the salmon tartare mixture into the mold, pressing it down lightly, and top with the diced avocado. Carefully lift the ring mold up and off of the plate. Repeat with the remaining ingredients and serve immediately.
If you don't have a ring mold, you can create a homemade ring out of tin foil (as I did) to form the tartare, or just serve in small decorative bowls.
For a light meal, serve with toasted baguette slices and a green salad.