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Really yummy! I think it's crucial to use fresh tuna (as written) in this salad. You just won't get the same result with canned/pouched tuna. I seared my tuna on both sides, leaving the middle very rare before slicing. The dressing went perfectly with this. Next time I will add some avocado slices. Thanx for sharing!
This is sooooo good! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the dressing! I used two 8oz cans of Wild Oats natural smoked light tuna slices in water (good stuff). I waited to add the green onions until I served it and then I sprinkled toasted sesame seeds over it in place of the almonds. I served it atop cold sushi rice. I wish I'd had wasabi and pickled ginger but I forgot to add them to my grocery list because it wasn't listed in the ingredients. I will be making this again! Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders.
Very nice dressing. I enjoyed this. It was easy to make. Instead of almonds, I used toasted sesame seeds; and salmon for the fish. I love the sesame oil flavor. Nice recipe Bokenpop.
Yummy yummy yummy! I don't normally like rice with my main meal ingredients, cause it tends to make the meal very stodgy, but in this case, it was a perfect accompaniment. We had just this and it was light and just FELT like a healthy meal! Thank you for a fabulous dinner!
Enjoyed this salad very much! Instead of fresh tuna I used the pouch's of Star Kist tuna I believe the brand was. Made this in the afternoon and let sit in the refrigerator for a couple hours. Wonderful fresh flavors! The dressing really works great with the tuna and cucumbers. Thank you Bokenpop for posting this recipe!