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Heres a great recipe for Yellow / Blufin Tuna.:bigfish:

Use the tail end of the loin for this one.

youll need:

for marinade,
rice wine vinegar
sesame seed
sesame oil

for sauce:

rice wine
sesami oil

seaweed salad(got to your local sushi shop and buy a order for 5 bucks

cut your tail off the loin about 6-7 inches , or more or less. add to bowl or bag following
chop fresh ginger,(big as your thumb)
oz of terriyaki
oz of sesame oil
oz rice wine vinegar
spinkle sesame seed
put all together, let marinade for about 20-30 minutes (now is time to drink a beer or 2)

sauce, mix above ingrediants, put aside youll only need a small amount of this.

heat up a pan (hotttt) add a little oil, I like olive oil, peanut is good to
now sear for 1 minute then flip sear another minute. Wala!!

Get a plate, put a litlle WEED on it. slice that super rare scrumtios fish thin.
put it over the WEED and pour a little sauce over the whole dish.

PS you must use chopsticks!! (save the bales)


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This looks like a great recipe. I use a similar one and found that it's much better to lightly toast the sesame seeds in a dry pan (be careful not to burn) before putting on the tuna.

Also, keep sesame seeds in freezer or they will go bad in taste rather quickly.

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I've had this before and it is delicous.

you can serve this cucumber salad with it.

Thai Cucumber Salad

1 English Cucumber
1/4 Cup Seasoned Rice Vinegar
1 Fresh Serrano Chili Pepper, seeded and minced, or to taste
2 Tab. Chopped Salted Peanuts
Peel and halve cucumber lengthwise. Using a small spoon, remove seeds. Cut cucumber into approximate ¼" thick slices. Toss the cucumbers and 1 teaspoon of salt together in a colander and set colander over a bowl. Drain like this for at least one hour. (You can also weigh cucumbers down with a ziplock bag of cool water placed on top of the cucumbers in the colander to achieve a better drain.) Mix the cucumber with the remaining ingredients and salt and pepper to taste.
You can adjust the heat of this salad with the amount of peppers used. You can also add a little sugar or a half cup of thinly sliced red onion.
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