Poke Of Ahi And Onaga With Green Papaya Salad And Lime Vi
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Poke Of Ahi And Onaga With Green Papaya Salad And Lime Vi
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:00:08 AM. Recipe ID 23180. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Poke of ahi and onaga with green papaya salad and lime vi
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      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      8 oz Ahi (tuna), in a block
      8 oz Onaga (red snapper), in a
           Block
      2 tb Wasabi fish roe
      4 ts Red fish roe
      4 ts Pickled ginger
      2 ts Sesame seeds, roasted
      4 ts Chives, finely chopped
      4 ts Hawaiian red seaweed
      6 ts Olive oil
           Salt and white pepper to
           Taste
           For the Lime Vinaigrette:
      2 tb Lime juice
        ds Salt and white pepper
      6 tb Olive oil
      1    Screw top jar (optional)
           Green Papaya Salad:
  1 1/2 lb Green papaya
      4 ts Red fish roe
      4 ts Wasabi fish roe
      4 ts Chives, finely chopped
 
  Cut the ahi and onaga blocks into fine 1/4-inch dice. Set aside.
  
  For lime vinaigrette: Combine ingredients in a screw top jar and shake
  vigorously. Set aside.
  
  In a bowl, toss the ahi and onaga with the wasabi fish roe, red fish
  roe,pickled ginger, sesame seeds, chives, Hawaiian red seaweed, olive
  oil, and salt and white pepper to taste. Wash, peel and seed the
  green papaya. Shred into julienne pieces and set aside. Combine
  papaya, wasabi fish roe, red fish roe, chives and season to taste
  with lime vinaigrette. Take 4 chilled dinner plates. In the middle of
  each plate, place equal amounts of poke in a 4-inch circle. Add the
  julienne of green papaya around the poke and serve chilled.
  
  Yield: 4 servings
  
  Recipes from Phillipe Padovani, Executive Chef, Manele Bay Hotel
 




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Recipe ID 23180 (Apr 03, 2005)

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