Tuna Tataki uses sashimi grade tuna drizzled with a refreshing and tangy Ponzu-Ginger sauce. Extremely important is the fresheness of the fish. While it can be easily considered as starter, I just can’t get enough of it which makes it a dish on its own.
Lightly seared, infused with tons of Asian flavors and very easy to make a dish.
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Prepare the sauce by whisking all ingredients in a small bowl.
In the meantime, put a medium saucepan on high heat and when hot add the oil. A minute later add the block of Tuna and sear all four sides for 30 seconds each. Remove from fire and dip in a bowl with cold water to stop the cooking. Pat dry.
Slice the tuna into 5 mm thickness, place in a flat dish and drizzle with the Tataki Sauce. Sprinkle all over with the sesame seeds and the Furikaki Seto Fumi seasoning.