Siļķes tartars ar rupjmaizes kraukšķiem / Herring tartare with rye bread crisps

Siļķes tartars ar rupjmaizes kraukšķiem / Herring tartare with rye bread crisps


Herring tartare with rye bread crisps Hello, my name is Kristaps Jokmanis What do you think if we prepare today herring tartare I will serve herring tartare with rye bread crisps I have a slicer that’s why I can slice the bread in long and wide slices I will dry it and break in pieces afterward In home environment, I would make thin bread slices with a knife Thin slices Now I will put bread into the oven for 4 – 5 min, so it becomes nice and crispy Ok, first let’s start with chopping the herring into cubes Now I will chop shallot onion and pickled cucumbers – add ingredients to the herring Here I have chopped parsley and spring onions Add them to the herring as well Add vegetable oil to the herring, I would not recommend using olive oil Vegetable oil has a less specific flavor that’s why we are using it Now we mix everything Now I will make poached egg You will need – boiling water, vinegar and salt Add salt Add vinegar Add vinegar as much so that the water tastes bit sour Gently swirl the water into a whirlpool That will help get the egg into the center Carefully place the egg in the water Here I have boiled beetroot Slice beetroot into thin slices and place them on the plate I will use a metal mold to serve herring tartare Try to make a little hole in the middle of tartare so you can fit an egg in it Place the egg in the middle of tartare Add spring onions 8 min has passed, crisps will be ready by now Herring tartare with a poached egg is ready Bon appétit 100 g herring fillet
25 g pickled cucumber
15 g shallot onions
8 g spring onions and parsley
8 g vegetable oil
1 egg
35 ml of vinegar
5 g salt
1 cooked beetroot
1 rye bread loaf

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