Experience a symphony of colours, flavours and aromas through the dishes made from high-quality local ingredients including Adriatic fish.
Ingredients (for 4 people):
- 400 g Seabream filet
- Red onion (chopped)
- 2 pc Zucchini
- Fennel leaves (or dill)
- Lemon balm (or basil)
- 2 Tblsp Olive oil
- 1 tsp Chili oil (or few drops of tabasco)
- 1 tsp Balsamic vinegar
- 1 tsp Lemon juice
- Pinch of salt
(Optional for infusion):
- 20 g Ginger (sliced)
- Some fresh herbs
- 2 cloves Garlic (whole)
- Cut the ends of the zucchini off, then into two halves lengthwise.
- Take a peeler and peel the zucchini into thin slices like tagliatelle. Arrange them into a spiral using a metal ring mould about 8 cm in diameter.
- Cut the red onion into thin slices and put them around the spiral, then insert a couple of sprigs of mint leaves randomly around that (doesn't have to be regular).
- To make the infusion, put a bit of herbs (you can use any herbs you like), the garlic and ginger into a small pot of water, let it boil and steep for a few minutes.
- Remove the skin of the seabream filet (or white fish), and cut or chop it into a tarte.
- Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil up in a sautee pan and sear the bottom side of the zucchini spiral in hot oil for a few minutes.
- Season the tartare with the chopped herbs, red onion, a bit of chili oil, olive oil, lemon juice and a pinch of salt.
- When the zucchini spiral starts to sizzle, add about 1.5 tablespoons of the herbal infusion. Cover and let it boil.
- Put the tartare in a ring mould and place it on a plate.
- Slowly remove the zucchini spiral from the pan, drain it on a paper towel, then put it on top of the tartare and remove the ring mould.
- Garnish the tartare with some herbs of your choice (chive flowers, dill, etc.), and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar.