(Makes 4 Servings)
- Tuna steaks 4
- Cup soy sauce 1/2
(use 1/4 if you are worried it might be too salty)
- Cup chopped onions, shallots or chives 1/4
- Clove of garlic, finely chopped 1
- Fresh lemon juice 2 Tbsp
- Sesame oil 1 Tbsp
- Honey or soft brown sugar 1 Tbsp
- Grated ginger 1 Tbsp
- Sesame seeds 1/2cup
- Flour 1 Tbsp
(use rice flour or cornstarch for a gluten free option)
You will also Need
Your O-Grill (Of Course)
How To Make It
Be careful with the seasoning as it is easy to add too much salt to the marinade, and this can overpower the dish. Remember with salt you can always add a bit more later when you serve the dish, but you can’t take it back out! If you find it too salty then a way of reducing this is to use less soy sauce.
When preparing a salty fish dish with strong flavors it’s also good to serve it with a simple accompaniment to refresh the palate and balance the dish. A side salad with plenty of leafy greens goes well with this dish, and you could lightly char some broccoli, asparagus or green beans on your O-Grill alongside the tuna to serve with it.
Instead of tuna you could substitute any oily game fish, like swordfish, barracuda or even mackerel. Try making it with a different fish each time and discover how your O-Grill brings out the different flavors of each fish combined with the sesame and marinade!