Sashimi is a Japanese delicacy. It consists of very fresh raw meat, most commonly fish, sliced into thin pieces.
Thus, the main ingredient of Sashimi salad consists of fine slices of raw fish. Tuna and salmon are the most frequently used to prepare this dish, though other sorts of fish can also be used. The sashimi used in the salad can be raw or slightly cooked on the sides, so that the meat is pink inside and white on the edges. Other ingredients used for the preparation of this salad are mesclun, onion or shallot, rice vinegar, sugar, mustard, grape-seed oil, sesame oil, vegetable oil and soy sauce. This recipe was broadly promoted by the famous cook Nobu. Variations of the Sashimi salad may also call for the use of corn oil, radishes, carrots, garlic, tamari, sake, ginger, daikon, cabbage, sesame seeds and others.
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