If like myself, you’re not that keen on sashimi or fish in general, tuna is the fish for you. Served cooked or raw it has elements of beef to the flavour, and lacks that overly fishy taste I’m not a fan of. It is robust and able to take on the strong flavours of lemon grass and coriander.
This is another recipe from my time spent at Shed 5, it was definitely one of the more popular on the larder menu and kept me busy for my first few months working there. I have taken another twist on it, but it still relies on the crisp flavours of lemongrass and coriander and most importantly the freshness of the tuna. It can be easily prepared well in advance with a just a small amount of assembly before serving. An excellent choice if you’re looking to impress with slightly different nibbles at a cocktail party, or perhaps make it a fresh and snappy starter for a special dinner party.