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Manzo Tataki

Manzo Tataki

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Il termine tataki si riferisce a un metodo di preparazione del filetto di manzo: la carne viene scottata, marinata, tagliata a fettine simili al sashimi e servita con una salsa di soia agrumata. Questa ricetta spiega passo per passo e in maniera semplice come preparare del manzo tataki perfetto. Da servire anche da solo o su un letto di insalata giapponese, ad esempio di shiso e mizuna.


30ml soy sauce
45ml cooking sake
30ml mirin
1 spring onion, sliced
2 garlic cloves, finely sliced

beef fillet:
300g fillet beef
pinch of salt and pepper
sesame oil

dipping sauce:
30ml ponzu citrus seasoned soy sauce


  1. To make the marinade add the soy sauce, cooking sake and mirin to a small bowl and stir. Transfer the marinade mixture to a pan and bring to a gentle simmer for a few minutes before adding the chopped spring onion and garlic, set aside to cool (your spring onion and garlic are to remain quite raw).

  2. Season your fillet beef with salt and pepper and leave it to rest for about 10 minutes at room temperature. Grab a medium-sized frying pan, add a splash of sesame oil and on medium heat evenly sear your beef for one minute on each side, it should be rare on the inside.

  3. Let it rest on a chopping board for 5 minutes then slice your fillet very finely and lay on a long plate. Pour the marinade sauce over the beef and serve with a small dipping bowl of ponzu soy sauce. You can also cover and leave it to chill in the fridge if you want to serve it cold with a higher marinade infusion.

Consigli e maggiori informazioni

- An alternative way of marinating the meat is to wrap in a sandwich bag together with the marinade (after searing and before slicing) in the fridge for two hours.