Whale carpaccio is one of my favorites and can be used for lunch, appetizer or as part of a tapas table. If you don't want completely raw meat, you can fry the whale steak for 2 minutes on each side, before cutting it into thin slices.
Thin slices of good quality whale meat
Good quality olive oil
Flax salt and pepper
Place the whale slices over a dish or on plates. Spread chopped pistachio kernels, parmesan and basil leaves over. When serving, sprinkle over some good olive oil, a viscous balsamic vinegar and finally a sprinkle of freshly ground salt or flaxseed salt and pepper.
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