Tuna Steaks Glazed with Ginger, Lime, and Soy - BigOven 23311

Tuna Steaks Glazed with Ginger, Lime, and Soy

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8 review(s) averaging 4.1. 63% would make again

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"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

Ingredients

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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

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Preparation

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 1 year ago
midogs 1 year 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 1 year ago
eykyvon 1 year ago
superb flavour, all the family really loved it, served it up on a bed of noodles and stir fry veg
Crompmeister 3 years ago
Kids loved it too. Used a capful of rice vinegar. Nice glaze on the grill. Btw probably tripled the sugar also.
Husky50 3 years 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 3 years ago
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