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How to accompany beef tataki?

Quel vin boire avec un tataki de boeuf ?

What's better than a fresh beef tataki? Here are Chef Taparel's advice for the recipe and our advice on the wine to choose for this dish.

Pierre Taparel, friend of Team Aubert and Mathieu, chef, will take us off the beaten track with his revisit of the traditional beef tataki. Our mission: take on the challenge of finding a wine that has as much character as this dish! Let's go on a colorful taste journey.

What does tataki mean in cooking?

"tataki" designates a Japanese preparation of meat or fish. The idea is to sear the piece of meat or fish on the outside. This technique was put in place to avoid hygiene problems to avoid consuming completely raw fish where bacteria could develop. The pieces are then marinated very briefly and cut into thin slices.

Quel vin boire avec un tataki de boeuf ?

Ingredients for monochrome beetroot beef tataki:

  • 1 raw beet
  • 1 chioggia beet
  • cherries in syrup
  • 1 purple endive
  • beef fillet
  • soy sauce (salty and yes!)
  • sesame oil
  • fresh lemongrass
  • Olive oil & vinegar
  • mint
  • coriander
  • bread nuts
  • yellow lemon
  • edible flowers

    Tips for preparing beef tataki:

    • Cook the raw beets sous vide with steam for 1 hour 15 minutes at 90° then cool by plunging them into cold water after cooking.

    • In a bowl prepare your Asian sauce based on soy sauce, sesame oil, wazabi, balsamic vinegar and lemon juice. Marinate everything as long as possible so that the flavors diffuse. Chop the coriander, mint, pine nuts and lemongrass and reserve them in the same bowl, this mixture will be used to season your dish, separate this preparation into two bowls.

    • Sear your beef fillet in a very hot pan on each side of the meat. Then cut your fillet into thin strips and immerse them in your marinade.

    • In a salad bowl, mix the different beets, the cherries in syrup and the purple endive. Add your Asian marinade.

    • Take your most beautiful plate and arrange the dish to your liking to add a little magic, add some edible flowers and that's it!

    What wine to drink with beef tataki?

    For this colorful and flavorful dish you need an explosive wine! Your wine must know how to maximize the taste of your dish without hiding it. For this we offer you a wine which has aromas that are both marked and delicate: such as black cherry, white truffle and blood orange. We recommend our Côtes du Roussillon Villages Caramany, guaranteed effect!

    Choose our Côtes du Roussillon Villages Caramany red wine: Click here

    Quel vin boire avec un tataki de boeuf ?