Very good! The grade of tuna is very important. Mine came from Costco and surprisingly it was perfect. Rinsed tuna and patted dry. Added a touch of salt and pepper on only one side of tuna so as not to over power the flavor of the tuna. For the breading, used 1/2 cup of Italian bread crumbs and 1 TBS of grated fresh parmesan cheese. Mix together. I put the breading in a large baggie added rinsed tuna and shook to coat. Removed from the bag and dredged the tuna in bowl containing 2 beaten eggs. I then added the tuna back to the breading bag and coated again. This makes and excellent coating. Before cooking, I worked a bit more of the remaining breading into the tuna. Heat olive oil. Be very careful NOT to over cook tuna about 1 minute each side, a bit more if the tuna is really thick or if you do not care for rare tuna. Remove from pan and serve tuna on a bed of fresh spinach. Sprinkle tuna with sesame seeds and as a dip use a bit of wasabi and soy sauce. I have also used Black Swan, Jaipur, a lemon grass, ginger, garlic dressing/marinade; this too gives an amazing flavor. It was Great!!!!! A must try !!!
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Very good! The grade of tuna is very important. Mine came from Costco and surprisingly it was...