Easy, tasty and fantastic! What more can I say about this dish? Here in Hawaii we can get fresh Ahi everyday as it is part of our local Pacfic Cuisine. Using only the freshest Ahi Tuna can really make a world of difference in this dish. I did marinate the Ahi in the sauce (personal preference). I already had all the ingredients on hand. prep time was easy and approximate. To the soy sauce (I use Aloha Soy Sauce), I added a pinch of freshly grated ginger as well. The wasabi is a must in the dipping sauce because it does add a "kick". I heat the skillet on high heat at first then lower it to medium after I place the Ahi in the pan. I sear the Ahi for a quick 30 seconds or less depending on the thickness of the Ahi and how seared you want it. For myself? I like it a little more raw on the inside...Mmmm. I then serve this with hot steaming rice and a side of, "Tofu Salad," also found on this AR website. I've also eaten this with, "Asian Ginger Dressing," from this site, served on a bed of organic mixed greens. A Tasty, fulfilling and perfect meal! A keeper in my recipe box to use again in the future.
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Easy, tasty and fantastic! What more can I say about this dish? Here in Hawaii we can get...