20 Reviews

This was a great recipe. We didn't use the green onion and we used sushi grade tuna and only cooked it to medium rare. We also cooked on an indoor grill pan and served it with egg noodles. It was extremely flavorful and easy to make!

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DRCarrier December 02, 2010

Outstanding!!!

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kit in NO May 09, 2013

This was extremely flavorful and very easy to make. This was a great, healthy weeknight meal. We are having a problem with our outdoor grill, so we made this in the grill pan and it worked out great. Served with roasted eggplant. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny June 15, 2012

loved the marinade!!!! even my 6 y/o son loved it and wanted more

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fyrfli January 10, 2012

Wonderful! I grilled the tuna steaks on cedar planks, and they were like restaurant quality good. Made for ZWT6.

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Queen Dana May 27, 2010

I can't add much to the rave reviews... We LOVED it. Such a tasty marinade. Followed the recipe, used a grill pan, garnished with the toasted sesame seeds. Delish.

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SolightlyUK August 29, 2009

Really good! I didn't have any green onions so I used cilantro! It was great! Grilled outside but didn't taste the charcoal taste because the soy was dominant. Still it was moist and tender. The dog loved it too!

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food snob mom May 29, 2009

A flavorful, juicy, meaty way to prepare tuna. The tuna steaks marinated for hours, and this was great. I over cooked mine. I should have taken them off the fire when they still looked raw in the middle because fish really does continue cooking after it's off the flame. That was my mistake. But I did taste it with the raw middles, and the steaks were melt-in-your-mouth juicy and flavorful. I toasted sesame seeds, as someone else recommended and served with those as a garnish. The big problem for me was that even though I washed and dried the steaks first, with all the "chunky" bits cooked into the fish from the marinade, it was hard to tell what was marinade and which the clear, hard scales of the fish. I dont' know if this is a universal problem with the fish, or if it was just my particular fish or if I did something wrong. I might put everything in the marinade through the smallest holes in the grater first to loose some of that chunkiness, so that when I bit down on something hard, it would have been clear that it was a scale. But outside of my mistakes this was easily a 4.5 star recipe.

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Food Snob in Israel May 17, 2009
Ginger-Marinated Tuna Steaks