Beef carpaccio,Japanese-style


Transport yourself to a place where the elegance of Italy meets the artistry of Japan. This dish is a beautiful marriage of these two food cultures, bringing together the lightness and delicacy of carpaccio with the umami of Japanese flavors. It’s simple, yet the burst of flavors is absolutely stunning. Perfect for those who love to discover new culinary delights!

What You’ll Need (Serves 2) for Beef carpaccio

  • Beef: A 227g cut of prime beef fillet. It’s all about the beef in Carpaccio! Slice it razor-thin for the best experience.
  • Dress It Up: Mix 2 teaspoons of the best extra virgin olive oil you can find with 2 tablespoons of soy sauce, a tablespoon each of rice vinegar, and fresh lemon juice. The flavors will dance on your palate.
  • Season: Just a hint of sea salt and some freshly cracked black pepper.
  • Sprinkle and Garnish: 2 teaspoons of sesame seeds, 2 snipped green onions, and a few fresh coriander leaves for that aromatic touch.

How Long?
Give it about 20 minutes. It’s quick, but the result is gourmet!

Nutritional Facts (Per serving):

  • Calories: 210
  • Protein: 22g
  • Carbs: 3g
  • Fats: 12g
  • Sodium: 640mg

Get Cooking Beef carpaccio

  1. Lay out those beautiful beef slices on your best platter.
  2. Whisper some olive oil over it. Yes, just let it kiss the beef!
  3. Now, mix the soy sauce, rice vinegar, and lemon juice in a cute little bowl. Pour it gently over the beef.
  4. Don’t forget that pinch of sea salt and pepper!
  5. Add a bit of crunch with those sesame seeds.
  6. Green onions and coriander? Oh yes, scatter them on.
  7. Be patient. Give it a couple of minutes. Let the magic happen and those flavors sink deep.

Kitchen Wisdom:

  1. It’s all about the beef. The better the quality, the richer the experience.
  2. Keep the beef a bit chilled for easier slicing. Trust me, it makes a difference.
  3. Resting isn’t just for meatloaf. Let the carpaccio sit a bit before diving in. It’s worth the wait.

Serve It Up:

Think of this as an appetizer, or maybe pair it with some fluffy steamed rice or a crunchy salad. And as you taste it, close your eyes. Let Italy and Japan take you on a journey. Bon Appétit and Itadakimasu!

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