Awesome! Just what I was looking for. I'm new to the fish world and had something like this in a restaurant. I sliced mine paper thin and put it on a bed of greens with mandarin oranges, pecans, red bell pepper and a ginger dressing. OMG!
Made this tonight for dinner and it was really delicious! Very quick and easy too. Thanks, I would definitely make this again!
I am a bachelor with limited cooking experience. I love sesame crusted tuna when I dine out, so thought I'd give this recipe a try. This is a very simple recipe to prepare and the results were great! The tuna turned out perfectly and the flavor from the roasted sesame seeds was great! I think the only thing that could have improved the result would be to add a small amount of some sauce. Something wasabi or ginger based would be an excellent match.
Fantastico, RESTAURANT QUALITY, straight to Top Favorites of 2009 Cookbook, DH says it's a bargain even when yellow-fin tuna is $20/pound at Wegman's. Couldn't find black sesame seeds, so used poppy seeds instead to offer the visual contrast, with no detraction from the superb taste. To sate our appetites, I served this with Emerald Rice Bake (Broccoli) #361987, which was also delicious. Thank you for posting this recipe, Miraklegirl! Made for Top Favorites of 2008 Tag, on recommendation of Maito.
I have eaten seared tuna n restaurants and loved it but had not tried making it at home until a few days ago. Of course I turned to food.com for the how-to and found this recipe. It was perfect, just what I was looking for, and my tuna was perfect. I must admit to not having any black sesame seeds, so I just used white and it still was awesome. thanks, Miraklegirl, for a great recipe!!!!
Love this recipe, toasted the sesame seeds and ate it over marinated baby octopus and marinated seaweed. Topped with hiss ho spicy sauce. To die for!
Cook for longer than 10 sec on each side, and it's NOT seared.
This was great! We used cracked black pepper because we didn't have black sesame seeds. I think it would be better as written, though (all sesame seeds). We made this with #311191. It needed the sauce. I wouldn't have liked it as much without it.
We tried this tonight and it was very good. We topped it with a pat of garlic butter and it was wonderful! I would definitely make this again!
Very good. Because my tuna was frozen, gasp, I had lemon, soy sauce and wasabi, as an accompaniments. I also took KateL's advice and served it with Emerald Rice Bake, yummy. I think this would also be good with a nice romaine salad and wild rice. Thanks for posting!