Tuna Sashimi with Cornflowers
- 1 - 5 people Feeds
- 10m Prep time
- 0m Cook time
Preparing sashimi at home is delightfully easy provided you have a sharp knife and high-quality fish to work with. Luckily, we sell a fantastic range of sashimi grade fish and we’re going to share a few tips to make the experience perfect. In this recipe we use tuna, but you can swap out for salmon or hiramasa if you prefer.
- Clean and pat fish dry
- Cut tuna into slices the thickness of a pound coin. Around 5 pieces per serving or depending on the size of your serving plate. Scale up according to the number of guests.
- Arrange the sashimi pieces on plate. Grate over lime zest for a hint of freshness and garnish with an assortment of edible flower and herbs. Serve with soy sauce and freshly grated wasabi.