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Pretty good tuna. The recipe was easy and quick to do. I marinated the steaks for almost an hour. Used a grill pan, which worked quite well. Made mine a little rare and "his" well done. Rare was very good; we won't talk about the well done steak. (I try to tell him!) Oh, the black pepper is a nice touch! Pets, thanks for posting . . . . Janet
This is a nice quick and easy recipe. Only change I made was to use 2 cloves garlic. Cooked on grill pan, seared around the edges, rare in the middle. Thanks for the recipe. Will make again
Very tasty stuff. I made this 2night with jasmine rice and stmd broccoli. I didn't really follow the amounts listed; I just sprinkled it all over the fish. I added some chopped scallion to the marinade and didn't use olive oil. I let the pan get hot then drizzeled in some sesame oil and cooked the fish in it until med-rare. I removed the fish from the pan and poured the marinade in the pan and let boil until reduced and poured it over the fish. It was really good and we enjoyed it alot. Next time I am going to add sesame seeds and ginger. Thanks for posting this great and simple recipe. This will be made again and again.
Great recipe for tuna steaks. The marinate is really good. Made it as stated & pan fried the steaks to rare. I will be making these again as this is the best recipe that I have found,Thank you Pets.
This is really good! I've always wanted to cook a tuna steak but couldn't find a perfect recipe til this... Thank you!!!
These are SO good...fast, easy and delicious. I used 4 super fresh tuna steaks and grilled them....I seared them so they were just cooked on the outside and red inside, which is the way my husband and I like tuna. We had them with Foodie's Asian Slaw with tofu and shiitake mushrooms #125067 and we also dipped the bites of tuna into a wasabi/soy mixture....it was almost like sushi! Fantastic! Thanks Pets for the great recipe, I'll certainly be doing this one again :)