Tuna Steaks Glazed with Ginger, Lime, and Soy

8 reviews, 4.1 star(s). 63% would make again

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4 Tuna steaks; 1 in thick
2 tb Lime juice
1 1/2 tb Soy sauce
2 cloves Garlic; crushed
2 ts Ginger; grated
1 ts Sugar
1 1/2 ts Sesame oil
1 ts Chili pepper; minced

Original recipe makes 4



Whisk ingredients in small bowl. Pour marinade over fish and turn to coat. Cover and let marinade for 30 min. at room temperature, or 1 hr. in the refrigerator, turning fish over once or twice and spooning marinade over. Preheat broiler. Broil fish 4 in. from heat source until glazed and golden, basting twice with marinade, approx. 3 min. Carefully turn fish over. Broil until glazed and just cooked. Transfer to plate and spoon juice over top. Clay Irving

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increase amounts of sesame oil and use ponzu instead of soy sauce (lighter flavor). I increased everything to make more marinade. Coated with sesame seeds and ginger and came out amazing.
bronxdog 2y ago

midogs 2y ago

Great flavor. I added 1tbs of vinegar and used lemon instead of lime. Ended up broiling for about 12 min, and turned out perfect.
Tsroque 2y ago

eykyvon 2y ago

superb flavour, all the family really loved it, served it up on a bed of noodles and stir fry veg
Crompmeister 4y ago

Kids loved it too. Used a capful of rice vinegar. Nice glaze on the grill. Btw probably tripled the sugar also.
Husky50 4y ago

Tuna is a difficult dish to make in my house because we all like it cooked differently. My hubby is very picky and we all loved this dish. I served his fully cooked, mine just seared and our sons was medium. Plated over a dish of julienne buttered vegetables (Lima beans, carrots, zucchini & celery) and rice it was wonderful. Will be cooking this again many times. Took a photo and will upload it.
TaraLConklin 5y ago

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