Tuna is marinated in a simple lemon garlic combination before being dusted with a homemade spice rub then gently fried or BBQed, so simple, so tasty.
I tried this first time with dinner guests and got rave reviews - now a firm favourite and sooooo easy to do! - 23 Feb 2010
this dish is great! simple to prepare and totally delicious. it's become one of my summer regulars - 13 Jan 2010
A few tips for those of you struggling with the recipe: 1. While the directions were written for Tuna, it does work well with other fish but the cook time must be adjusted accordingly for the type of fish you are using and the thickness. For salmon I would recommend ditching the garlic -lime marinade, it really is specific to tuna or a similar fish. 2. For those struggling with the heat there are three things: - The recipe is designed to be eaten bite for bite with the mango salsa recipe included, if you serve it without it you'll likely need to adjust the heat level by dropping the cayenne. - For those who just aren't into the heat, you can simply reduce the amount of cayenne, by half is about appropriate. - A nice alternative I've found to the mango salsa is sour cream (about 2tbsp per serving) mixed with a bit of sugar (about 1tsp per 2tbsp of sour cream). This can be served in a ramekin or drizzled over the fish, whatever your heart desires! Hope this allays some of the issues people have had! - 03 Nov 2008 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)