I would try it with Mahi Mahi. We can get frozen individually-wrapped packages at our costco and I use them in recipes that call for tuna when fresh is not on our budget. Mahi mahi is a white fish that is milder than tuna. The frozen kind can be a little dry though, you might have to put a little more moisture (water? oil?) into the sauce so it steams correctly. It would work well with this recipe.
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NEEDED ½ TABLESPOON SOY SAUCE ½ TEASPOON CUMIN ½ TEASPOON BROWN SUGAR ½ TEASPOON ASIAN DARK SESAME OIL PINCH OF CAYENNE PEPPER 6 OUNCE TUNA STEAK WAX PAPER 1 SCALLION SLICED
HOW TO MAKE 1. MIX THE SOY SAUCE, CUMIN, BROWN SUGAR, SESAME OIL AND PINCH OF CAYENNE PEPPER IN A GLASS PIE PLATE. 2. ADD TUNA STEAK AND TURN TO COAT. LET STAND 5 MINUTES. 3. COVER PIE PLATE WITH WAX PAPER AND MICROWAVE ON HIGH FOR 1 ½ MINUTES. SPRINKLE TUNA WITH SLICED SCALLION. 4. COVER AND MICROWAVE 1 ½ MINUTES MORE. LET STAND 1 MINUTE. MAKES ONE SERVING WITH 400 CALORIES
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