Thursday, July 26, 2012
I made this tuna recipe a couple of weeks ago and it was delicious! When I went back to find it yesterday, it was gone! I looked through 766 pins on my recipe board a couple of times, and it was GONE. I found a couple of recipes completely out of order from when they were pinned, so I think my board may have had some involuntary changes from Pinterest. It could have been me, though. I'm never one to say I didn't maybe make the mistake. I make them a lot!
Anyway, I remembered what was in the recipe overall, but now it has my own adaptations and tweaks. It was still healthy, still delicious, and still worth a repeat!
Chili Garlic Sauce
Splash of Sake (optional)
I marinated mine in a mix of all the ingredients above (minus the sesame seeds) for about 4 hours. Use mainly soy sauce and put a splash of everything else together with the tuna in a gallon Ziploc bag. The chili garlic sauce is REALLY spicy, so use more if you like kick and only a little or none if you are not a fan of spice.
Heat about 2 tbsp of oil in a pan. Take your tuna out of the Ziploc bag and coat each side in sesame seeds.
Remove the tuna from the pan. Thinly slice the tuna. You can serve it on a field of greens or just plate it plain, with a little soy sauce and wasabi on the side.