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Stuffed Tuna Steaks

An Asian flavor that is very unique and delicious. This is one of those recipes that looks fancy but is actually quite easy to prepare. I used pre-bagged mixed greens, found near the bagged salads in the grocery store. You can make this in your broiler or on the grill!

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  • Preaheat your grill or broiler.
  • Mix together all the ingredients except the tuna and greens.
  • Use a sharp, thin-bladed knife to make a small incision on any side of the tuna steak, creating a pocket, being careful not to cut through to the other side.
  • You can also make a small cut and then either wiggle the knife around gently or just start slowly easing the inside apart to create a large pocket.
  • Place the tuna in the soy mixture, covering each side.
  • Remove tuna from liquid, letting excess sauce drip off.
  • Toss the greens with the sauce, drenching it in the liquid.
  • Stuff the tuna pocket with the greens and seal the opening with toothpicks.
  • Grill or broil the tuna, turning once, about 5 minutes per inch of thickness, or however well-done you like your tuna.
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"An Asian flavor that is very unique and delicious. This is one of those recipes that looks fancy but is actually quite easy to prepare. I used pre-bagged mixed greens, found near the bagged salads in the grocery store. You can make this in your broiler or on the grill!"
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  1. Zanna_409104061
    An Asian flavor that is very unique and delicious. This is one of those recipes that looks fancy but is actually quite easy to prepare. I used pre-bagged mixed greens, found near the bagged salads in the grocery store. You can make this in your broiler or on the grill!
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