Top-ranked recipe named "Andy's Sesame Seared Tuna"
Seared sesame sushi tuna and sauce
"Excellent and easy recipe. I ended up grilling them instead of pan searing. I'll definitely keep this recipe in my bag of favorites. "
Mix soy, garlic, ginger and pepper.
Marinate tuna in soy mixture in zip lock bag in refrigerator for 1-4 hours
Remove tuna from marinade and coat sides with sesame seeds
Sear in non-stick pan with olive oil until brown on each side. DO NOT overcook. Should remain very rare in center.
Slice thin (1/8-1/4" thick) at angle.
Mix sauce ingredients and chill
Serve with sauce on the side. Can be served hot or cold. Can prepare ahead and serve as a cold appetizer. Excellent either way!
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LonnieC 7 months agoA lot of flavor and easy to make. A lot of sauce and I cut this in half already. Next time I'll only make a fourth of this sauce. Adding this to my list of must haves!
megamco 1 year agoThis was a very good recipe. I didn´t make the sauce. But I did serve it with avocado slices.
KP2005 2 years agoExcellent and easy recipe. I ended up grilling them instead of pan searing. I'll definitely keep this recipe in my bag of favorites.
saracantoraye 6 years agoI liked this recipe a lot - the marinade was delicious and the sesame seeds added a great crunch. My only complaint is that the 'sauce' portion of the recipe made an absolute TON of sauce - enough for easily 10 times the amount of tuna we made. Can you change the sauce to be more proportionate to the tuna?
andysaul 6 years agoBarely sear on both sides. Should leave very rare in middle. [I posted this recipe.]