• Sunday, October 22, 2017

Assorted Sashimi, Chipotle Mayonnaise and Crispy Rice
May 30, 2012
Ingredients

 

Chipotle Mayonnaise

100g     egg yolk
40g       red wine vinegar
80g       orange juice
120g     lime juice
200g     chipotle in adobo
23g       salt
1100g   grape seed oil
170g     olive oil

 

Rice

740g    Nishiki sushi rice
740g    Nishiki sushi rice
1200g  cold water
160g     mirin
70g       rice vinegar
15g       konbu
30g       salt1200g  cold water

 

Soy Honey

1140g   light soy
1332g   honey
476g     sherry vinegar                                  
212g     rice vinegar    

                      

To Serve

3pcs    rice rectangles
75g      hamachi, sliced like sashimi and shingled into 25 g portions
5g        scallion whites, thinly sliced on slight bias
15g      chipotle mayonnaise
5g        honey soy
mint and cilantro, finely chiffonaded
fleur de sel

Directions

Hors d’oeuvres are served poolside in the Hamptons, or wherever you spend your summers, but this flavor-packed dish separates the recreational cooks from the true gourmets. 

Chipotle Mayonnaise
Combine all ingredients except oils in Robot Coupe, and process until smooth.  Slowly stream in oils.

Rice
Combine all ingredients in a rice cooker.  Stir well every 8 minutes until rice is cooked. Turn off cooker, leave covered, and let cool for 15 minutes.  Press into a plastic wrap-lined container to achieve a 2.5 cm.-thick brick. Once cool, cut into 4 cm. x 2.5 cm. rectangles.

Soy Honey
Bring all ingredients to a boil, and let cool.           

To Serve
Deep fry rice rectangles until just crispy, then immediately transfer to paper towels and season with salt.  In a small bowl, combine chipotle mayonnaise and scallions.  Top each rectangle with 10 g of chipotle mayonnaise mix, then drape with hamachi.  Transfer to square plate and drizzle with honey soy.  Place a small pinch of mint-cilantro mix on each piece, then finish with fleur de sel. 

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