Executive Chef Todd Knoll’s new Hawaiian Tiradito recipe is featured this month on Wine Enthusiast‘s website. This light, refreshing recipe is an homage to Chef Knoll’s childhood memories of Hawaii, melding both Polynesian and Chinese cuisine. Tiradito is a soft cross of a traditional Latin ceviche with Japanese sashimi preparation and makes for the perfect beginning to a summer dinner or even passed as an hors d’œuvre. Pairs nicely with the bright acidity and green-apple fruit characters found in our 2009 Jordan Chardonnay.
View the recipe on our website or below.
Summary: This light, refreshing recipe is an homage to Chef Knoll’s childhood memories of Hawaii, melding both Polynesian and Chinese cuisine
Preparation time: 30 minute(s)
Ingredient sourcing suggestions:
Supersweet corn: Hawaiian or mainland Supersweet corn can be found at most supermarkets. Use corn immediately after purchase to ensure it retains its sweetness.
Silver Queen corn: Can be purchased online at Wammocks.
Passion fruit seeds: Ripe passion fruit, which looks wrinkled and is available at most local market or Whole Foods, is recommended to ensure optimal flavors of seeds.
Green ginger: Available at Asian markets during spring. Requires no peeling.
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