1 Clean the octopus well in salted water. Place tomatoes in a pot, add octopus, cover and cook slowly without water for 20 minutes. Test its consistency by pricking with a fork; if it is easily removed, the octopus is ready. Cool to lukewarm, wrap in plastic to form a cylinder and refrigerate. Once cold, cut into very thin slices.
2 Arrange slices of octopus, sea bass and salmon on individual serving plates.
3 Combine the remaining ingredients (except corn) and let stand 15 minutes. Sprinkle the mixture over each plate, garnish with Peruvian corn and serve immediately.
Advice of Wine to combine
Suggest from Sommelier
I'm going to suggest two alternatives: a classic reserve Chardonnay, with a short period of barrel aging. This will have the consistency and structure to combine primarily with the octopus, the ingredient with the most weight and texture in the dish. Another possibility would be a fruity red wine, such as a young Pinot Noir, served cool.
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For pasta dishes based on tomato sauce, we preferably choose fresh red wines.
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