By email@example.com on March 30, 2001
Photo by TXOLDHAM
Photo by TXOLDHAM
"I've had this dish at many different restaurants. Almost all had done a great job at the preparation as its an easy meal to make. Garlic mashed potatoes really complete this dish."
Serving Size: 1 (457 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This was amazing, soft as butter and delicious. I served it to some close friends and it was a hit!"
"Found fresh (not previously frozen) steaks at Costco. Just used the butter and lemon/pepper seasoning, on Forman grill, for 2 minutes. (DH doubled the time, and added some spicier seasoning), OH -- YUM !! It was just lovely ! Served with roasted Roma tomatoes with seasoned bread crumbs, and garden fresh, baked zucchini slices. makes the trials and tribulations of maintaining a garden in a drought, worth-while !! Thanks for posting !!"
"I've made this a couple of times and it has turned my husband into a tuna steak fan (I already was). It is so quick and simple and delicious! This will become a frequent go to meal for us! Thanks for sharing."
"This recipe is restaurant quality! Made exactly as recipe and instructions. We didn't bother with any sauce as it was excellent on its own. Thanks for posting."
"Really good recipe. I used a sour cream and wasabi sauce on it since it was served to us that way in Kauai at one of those wonderful plate lunch places, the places the locals eat. Very adictive. Thanks for sharing the recipe."
"Ok, I'm going to have to try this again. First of all I used too much cajun seasoning. Secondly I used one of those "fish baskets" for the grill...you know the thing I'm talking about? Anyway, it didn't cook properly. I'll try it again. :-)"
"Delicious! I would have given it five stars, but the butter is unnecessary. I made it without butter, just sear on a hot grill and spice it up with cajun spice. Ahi as nature intended it. Butter adds unnecessary calories and fats."
"I love this dish, the cajun complements the tuna very well. Easy, quick, perfect for the weekday when you only have about thirty mins to an hour total to prepare and eat dinner. I did try the garlic mashed potatoes with this, as well as roasted asparagus with parmesan. Thank you for sharing!"
"This was a big hit at dinner. I used recipe #97429 and the recommended wasabi mustard/mayo sauce."
"Very delicious. I am on a low salt diet so I changed the Cajun seasoning to a generous dusting of lemon-herb seasoning, eliminated the salt and used cracked peppercorns. I served it with green beans. Definitely a hit!!"
"MMMMMMMMMM......this was great. And good for you. I added quite a bit of the cajun seasoning, we like it spicy. This was my 15 year old's first taste of tuna steaks and as soon as he tasted it his eyes lit up and he got a big grin on his face. Worth the 5 stars just for that. "
"We enjoyed this and have made it twice. It is a keeper. just the right spice. thanks- "
"Excellent and so simple to make. Perfectly done thanks to your time guidelines. I also served with wasabi mayonnaise, which was a great complement."
"I tried this recipe, and it turned out great. I served it with the garlic mashed potatoes. Very good. There was nothing left, it all got devoured"
"This had an excellent flavor from the spices. I left the tuna a little rare in the center for better flavor and texture, as well as keeping it from drying out. I took your advice and served this with some mayo mixed with some wasabi powder and that tasted very nice with the fish, very creamy with a little bite! Thanks for a great recipe!"