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I love it! It was nice and fast and it tasted wonderful. The only thing I did different was use sesame oil instead of cooking oil to sear it.
I thought this was an easy to prepare tuna and it tasted good. I agree with br2brown that if you use regular soy sauce, omit the 1/2 tsp of salt, as I too found it a bit too salty. This would make a good mid-week meal when you want something fast, with ingredients many people typically have on hand.
I loved this recipe! The next time I'll cut out the 1/2 tsp of salt though, as I found it too salty. Still, it was some of the best fish I've ever tasted.
This was very good!Thank you SolightlyUK. Made the sauce as instructed and set it aside at room temp. Brushed tuna with sesame oil, coated one side with sesame seeds and seared over high heat for 1 minute (rare). Flipped and removed to platter. Plated over mixed greens with raspberry vinaigrette,couscous (made with chicken stock, grated zucchini and red pepper) and drizzled sauce over and around. Delish!! Thank you
This was absolutely FANTASTIC! Not only delicious, but easy and looked great, too. Thanks SO much.
This was so easy and so delicious. We loved it. Excellent!!!!!!
Nice flavor! I liked the onion and garlic cooked in the sesame oil. I used salmon instead of tuna, will try the tuna next time. Thanks!