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Offshore Fishing Tuna, Snapper, Amberjack, Cobia, Etc.

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Old October 18th, 2013
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A friend just unloaded a bunch of yellowfin on me. I don't know squat about cooking tuna. Can anyone help me out with a few different ways of cooking it?
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Cook it like a steak on the grill, medium rare is best. I also like to cut it a half inch thick and just seer both sides and eat it w a dipping sauce.
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Thanks TD, but what kind of seasoning & dipping sauce? I don't have a clue about it!
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Salt and pepper dipped in olive oil or Italian dressing. It cooks just like a steak so it you cook too long it will be tough. Lemon after its cooked to taste. Can also do a seseme seed soy sauce marinade.

As for a sauce for seered tuna I like a hot mild mustard and eat it like sushi. When steering you just want a thin white line.
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I like a wasabi sauce. Can't emphasize enough don't over cook. Pink to red meat
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Thanks guys, I'll give it a try.
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Slice thin. Eat raw dipped in ponzu. If you don't like raw then marinate in ponzu and grill.






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Marinate in lemon juice and soy sauce .

Melt butter in black iron skillet , get the skillet hot and put steak in skillet for about 8-10 seconds the flip it and same on other side .
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Good dip and marinade
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup honey
teaspoon horseradish
teaspoon lemon juice
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