Recipe courtesy of Moovida Restaurant in Hotel Omm

Joan Roca Veal Tartar

  • Level: Easy
  • Total: 10 min
  • Prep: 10 min
  • Yield: 1 serving
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Ingredients

Directions

  1. Clean and tenderize the veal. Then cut the veal as thinly as possible and put in a bowl. Dice the onions and the capers, making sure to extract any extra juices so that they do not mix in with the veal. Add the diced capers and onions to the bowl. Next, add a couple of drops of Worcestershire sauce and a couple of drops of hot sauce. Add the mustard, the mayonnaise and the pepper. Mix altogether. Fill a round mold with the veal tartar and garnish with a dollop of mustard cream.

Cook’s Note

You may substitute the veal for steak, however also substitute the mayonnaise with an egg in order to avoid digestive problems.

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