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Used very fresh tuna steaks, maybe used a bit more ginger then was stated in the recipe, did not broil them but used my grill pan. This was the best Tuna Teriyaki I have made so far!
I have to say that the cooking method was really good in this recipe, the steaks turned out like the picture flying chef has posted. We thought the marinade needed something else to it. It was just a bit plain for us, but it was a really healthy filling meal! Thanks for posting!
This was delicious! I used rice wine vinegar instead of wine (for lack of) and I used Splenda instead of sugar. The sauce was phenomenal! Thanks for posting.
This is a super yummy marinade and it is perfect for tuna. I used the rice wine option and added about 11/2 teaspoons of fresh grated ginger. I just cooked it in a pan a few minutes each side. The flavour imparted by the marinade was delicious and the tuna was cooked perfectly with a nice pink center. A healthy easy and delicous way to prepare tuna and one I will be enjoying again..
I used fresh Albacore tuna in this recipe, and it was a huge hit! It's meaty and satisfying but at the same time very healthy. Yummy flavours!!! Thanks Sharon!
Yum! I made this for two of us, using fresh tuna steaks and the rice wine, and broiling as suggested. Perfect, wouldn't change a thing. Only other comment is to suggest using fresh tuna whenever possible as the taste is far superior to the frozen, however it is prepared. Thanks for posting!
Delicious and South Beach friendly! I used albacore tuna steaks; I made two 8 oz steaks but kept the rest of the ingredient measurements the same. I used rice wine vinegar and four minutes under the broiler per side was perfect. I subsituted the sugar with Equal and also used low sodium soy sauce. We really loved this and can't wait to eat this again. Thanks!
My husband is the teriyaki fan in the family & his comment after dinner was "I really enjoyed that"! Other than cooking only 2 steaks, I followed the recipe exactly. Thanx Sharon!