A good starter that combines fresh tuna with a sesame soy dressing. Make sure to use the freshest tuna available.
Used different ingredients. NO COOKING and this recipe tastes awesome!!! It was a smash hit at a formal dinner party! I was out of sesame seeds and green onion. I substituted a small amount of white onion for the green. I also used fresh red peppers. I suggest tasting often as you mix in small portions of the soy sauce. A half cup of soy sauce would have been way too salty. - 29 Sep 2008
recipe was great, maybe people should try to make the recipe the way it was written. I am a butcher, and there is no way a London Broil could possibly be used as a substitute for Tenderloin. - 29 Sep 2008
Let me start with, I am not a fish eater at all but when I saw this recipe I thought I would make it for my guest over the New Years celebration at my home. I got such great things said about the dish that I ended up printing out the recipe for some of my guests. Great stuff and my wife loved it. Thanks, Shimi - 29 Sep 2008