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Salmon Sashimi With Japanese Shiso Sauce

salmon sashimi recipe from hashi restaurant
Sometime ago, hubby & I were invited to the OpenRice Cooking Event At De Dietrich.
luxury haven at openrice cooking event
The Cooking Demo was hosted by Chef Tadashi Takahashi of Hashi Japanese Restaurant. The Salmon Sashimi With Japanese Shiso Sauce was one of the dishes we learnt that day, & I'm more than happy to share it with you today.

shiso leave recipe
Shiso (紫蘇) is an Asian culinary herb commonly used in the Japanese cuisine. The special sauce, concocted by Chef Takahashi, is a refreshing twist to the usual Wasabi often accompanying the raw fish.

chef takahashi hashi japanese restaurant singapore
Chef Takahashi taught the audience how to prepare the Sashimi from scratch.

tips salmon sashimi de-dietrich
I'd the privilege of understudying him on the art of slicing the perfect Sashimi. And you can learn how to prepare too, by watching the clip below. Have fun!


Ingredients:
  • 200g Salmon fillet
  • Shiso Cress & Alfalfa for toppings
Shiso Sauce:
  • 1.5 tbsp chopped red Onion
  • 1 tsp chopped red Chilli
  • 4pcs Shiso leaves
  • 4 tbsp Shiso vinegar
  • 2 tbsp Grapeseed oil
  • 2 tbsp Green Tabasco
  • 1/2 Lime

Method:
  1. Clean & fillet salmon.
  2. salmon sashimi
  3. Slice salmon.
  4. slicing salmon sashimi
  5. Mix shiso sauce ingredients together.
  6. making shiso sauce for sashimi
  7. Drizzle shiso sauce on Sashimi & top with Shiso Cress & Alfalfa. Enjoy!
  8. salmon sashimi with shiso and alfalfa

36 comments:

  1. wow... Can really enjoy doing and eating at the same time.. I think my hands will tremble if I were the one standing there and cutting.. lol...

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    1. Reana, u're adorable! I'd a fun time there :)

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    1. YL, it's very different! I like it :)

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  3. What an awesome post and experience :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  4. i'm no fan of sashimi, but this looks interesting. Perhaps some day i may pick up the courage to put it into my mouth.

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    1. DS, u can use the sauce for other food. Skip the raw fish. The sauce is real tasty :)

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  5. You did absolutely a great job and love the outcome. The salmon looks so fresh and paired wonderfully with the rest, making it so appealing and making me drool at the same time.

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    1. Nava, I was really nervous in front of a crowd. Lol!

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  6. I thought they use cured salmon and not raw. I was thinking to try this some day now I am not sure if it is raw.

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    1. Balvinder, sashimi are fresh raw meat or fish. U gotta try, my dear!

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  7. love sushi~

    Regards,
    http://www.lonelyreload.com (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..

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  8. I am not too fond of sea food but it would have been so exciting to learn under a masterful chef! The presentation is beautiful!

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    1. Cakewhiz, it was a great experience! The Chef was extremely patient :)

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  9. What a lovely dish! It's so fun to be able to learn hands on how to prepare it. Shirley, you did a wonderful job! Well Done! I don't think I can find those leaves here. Maybe I have to use other leaves :D Thanks very much for sharing. By the way, I really have a great time using the NuStevia. I received more today, different ones, to try. I will be hosting a giveaway soon.....my first ever :D Thanks very much again for the giveaway and for informing me!

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    1. Mary, u've been making a lot of stuff with Stevia. Great that u're enjoying the products! Congrats, I'm really happy for u!

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  10. Making sushi is an art in my opinion! What an amazing experience Shirley :)

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  11. Great job! I would get stage fright and froze if I were the one out there, lol! I love the look of the sauce, different from the usual wasabi that comes with sashimi.

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    1. Jeannie, hahaha! It was not easy task, I must admit. Thks for dropping by & hope to see more of u :)

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  12. wow i heard that in slicing fish for sashimi, there's certain way of cutting it, like u must anti the direction of those fats or something like that, u must be a great chef :P

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    1. Ken, I was wondering why it was so difficult for me to slice the fillet there. Then I realized that I was slicing from the left side of the fillet instead of the normal way that people would cut/slice their meat etc from the right side. Lol!

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  13. The salmon sashimi looks fab! What a wonderful experience you had there, Shirley!

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    1. Tina, been a while since we last chatted. Great having u here again. Thks, dear!

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  14. This is gorgeous ... Love all the pics :-)

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  15. Beautiful pictures, Shirley! The dish looks awesome! And to think you were directed by a chef!! Wow! Also good to see your picture with your hubby...and thanks for stopping by the other day.

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    1. Kanak, thanks so much for your kind note! Yap, it was certainly a delightful experience!

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