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Tuna Tartare

The Benefits Of Eating Tuna Tartare Are Seemingly Endless

Did you know that ditching the canned tuna in favor of fresh means you'll probably consume less sodium and more nutrients? It certainly makes the case for going raw when it comes to eating fish.

So why not try out this recipe for tuna tartare from Chex Alexis Couquelet, at Dubai restaurant, Couqley? It's filled with Omega 3 fatty acids, which is a great anti-inflammatory ingredient for the body, and it's a good source of protein. Tuna has also been said to lower cholesterol, blood pressure, promote healthy skin, weight-loss and protect against kidney diseases. Phew!

Prepare in only 15 minutes. You're welcome.

Tuna Tartare


Tuna Tartare


  1. 150g Fresh diced tuna
    10g Sesame Seeds
    1 Spring Onion, chopped
    10g fresh chives, chopped
    1 Tablespoon Soy Sauce
    1 Tablespoon Sesame Oil
    1 Tablespoon Mirin
    Fried Leeks, for garnish
    Toasted Baguette for serving


  1. Place the tuna, sesame seeds, spring onion and chives in a small mixing bowl.
  2. Add the soy
    sauce, sesame oil and mirin.
  3. Toss ingredients to combine. Taste and season with salt and
  4. Place mixed tuna tartare on plate topped with fried leeks and served with toasted baguette.
Image Source: Couqley
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