Hamachi Sashimi with Black Truffle and Asian Pear

Hamachi Sashimi with Black Truffle and Asian Pear

You have to try this easy hamachi sashimi recipe with black truffle and asian pear! It is absolutely simple to make and delicious to consume!

This is simple food at its best and one when truffle season comes around.  A few great ingredients makes for a fantastic easy dish.  Of course black truffles aren't always easy to come by and not to mention outrageously expensive.  Hamachi as well is sometimes hard to find unless you go to a specialized fish or asian market.  Once you can locate some of this ingredients your more than halfway there.  

Great food a lot of times is almost painfully "simple" sometimes "simple" in concept but not in execution.  Here thankfully the dish is simple in concept and just as simple in execution.

Hamachi s very forgiving and it is really hard to mess up.  The dressing is easy with 3 ingredients, white balsamic, soy, and truffle oil.  This dish is definitely one that you could have in your back pocket for a big crowd pleaser and if you can't get fresh truffles you can easily make the dish without it.  Here is the yellowtail sashimi recipe and I hope you enjoy it.  

Hamachi with Black Truffle and Asian Pear

  • 1 1/2 lb hamachi (sliced 1/8 thick )
  • 1 whole serrano (sliced thin (on a mandolin))
  • 1 whole asian pear (peeled and cut into small batons)
  • 1/4 cup cilantro leaves
  • 1 small black truffle (sliced thin)

Truffle White Balsamic dressing

  • 5 tbsp white balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tbsp tamari soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp black truffle oil

For the Dish

  1. For the dressing place all the ingredients in a small bowl and mix well, set aside.  Take the hamachi that should be sliced a touch thinner than sashimi.  Place the hamachi on your plate.  Then place one slice of serrano and asian pear on each piece of hamachi.  Then spoon your dressing all over the hamachi.  Season very lightly with a pinch of salt.  Then garnish with black truffle slices, cilantro, and edible flowers if desired.  Serve and enjoy!  Simple and refreshing.  

    hamachi and truffle
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