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Serves : 4 TO 6 SERVINGS

Anya von Bremzen tasted this Japanese-influenced variation of bibimbop in the funky seaside town of Pohang, where the waterfront is lined with restaurants specializing in amazing raw seafood. The play of textures and temperatures in this simple dish is irresistible.    Amazing Seafood Recipes  

How to Make It

Step

Mound the rice in a large bowl. Scatter the tuna, lettuce, shiso, onion and sesame seeds over the rice and drizzle on some of the Korean Chili Sauce. Season with salt and toss with 2 large spoons until evenly mixed. Drizzle a little sesame oil over the salad and serve.

Notes

Shiso, or perilla, is a fragrant, leafy Japanese herb with jagged edges. It is used as a flavoring and as a garnish in salads, sushi and cooked dishes. It has a gingery taste and a cinnamon-like aroma. Shiso is available at Asian markets from summer through fall.

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