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That makes my mouth water!
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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has anyone used any fish other than Tuna in the recipe?
It sounds good but do not like the taste of tuna we get here in AZ. Not very fresh since we are a long way from the ocean.
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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
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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