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Ralph Wiggum

Tuna Steaks

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I've got a couple tuna steaks in the freezer. Anyone have any good recipes for them? I'd like to grill them.

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I dont have anything written but a half hour dip and brushung while grillin with a simple marinade with

orange juice, soy sauce, olive oil or sesame oil, honey, black pepper, maybe some ginger works well with tuna...

When grilling I usually make two or three diff small marinades to experiment and learn for down the road.

Add some lemon pepper seasoning to some lime juice, melted butter, a pinch of salt and a shot of tequilla - brush that on while grilling!

Dont be afraid to go med/rare with tuna. She will get dry quickly. If its been frozen you can go rare safely.

The leftovers make great tuna salad the next day with a little mayo, salt, and pepper...

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Brush both sides with a mayo/mustard mixture and grill them. Maybe 5 minutes per side, depending on thickness. After you turn them put some lemon juice, or lemon slices on them. As Dark Cloud stated, don't overcook them.

Ate lot's of tuna steaks in Mexico, they ALWAYS grill them.

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