Tataki is a Japanese preparation technique whereby red meat, fish or even tofu is seasoned, seared at a scorching temperature and rapidly cooled down to leave the centre as rare or untouched as possible – for this reason you should use the best quality meat or fish you can afford. I first saw this Beef Tataki with Ponzu Sauce recipe from Andrew Zimmern and loved how pure and simple and natural it looked. We knew we had to try it! And I’m so glad that we did.
The Beef Tataki with Ponzu sauce has such a fresh and delicious flavor, especially with a great piece of meat or seafood, I could literally make it my entire meal. You can buy ponzu sauce in the grocery store if you’re short on time, but the recipe below for homemade ponzu is amazing.
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