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    Tuna on the grill

    Have some fresh blue/yellow fin tuna steaks, anybody have some killer out of the ordainary receipes. Charcoal/smoker. Thanks.
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    Re: Tuna on the grill

    This is very simply, but fantastic... Coat tuna steaks with bayou or cajun seasoning (or any kind of blackening seasoning). Cook to medium rare, serve on a caesar salad. The spicy seasoning and the cool salad are a great combo.

    Just make sure you don't let the hot fish sit on the salad too long or the romaine will get funky.

    Anway, that is a family favorite. It is nice because it lets the flavor of the tuna come through unlike what you would get with a marinade or such.
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    Re: Tuna on the grill

    Sliced thin, served raw would be a great way to go.

    Or make a marinade out of soy sauce, mirin, honey, lime juice, wasabi, and crushed ginger. Marinate for an hour in zip-top bag with as much air evacuated as possible. Drain, roll in black sesame seeds, and sear on the highest possible heat only a minute on each side. Slice thinly and serve over shiso leaves or Bibb greens and drizzle with sesame oil and additional soy sauce.

    Or try ceviché.
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    Re: Tuna on the grill

    Marinade overnight in Dark Rum, couple of drops of Vanilla Extract and Brown Sugar in a ziplock. BBQ on a lowish heat or the sugar will burn. Works nice on Prawns (Shrimp) too.
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    Re: Tuna on the grill

    Gonna try the dark rum, tired of sashimi,ceviche and blackened, but thanks. Keep them coming though, boat will be back tonight. Gonna try to do a whole head with some citrus wrapped in foil. Love those cheek's!! Maybe after some beer's we'll see about an eyeball or two.
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