I loved it, but changed it up a bit. Instead of the ginger marmalade, I used Mango Ginger Habanero Sauce (Fischer & Weiser brand) - AWESOME! Gonna try with pork!
Tuna Steaks with Wasabi-Ginger Glaze
cyndemmm Posted: 01/05/09
EVC7599 Posted: 11/19/08
This was AMAZING!! And so easy! Make sure you get very nice and fresh tuna steaks. I will definitely make again!
TBOTZON Posted: 05/10/10
Incredible! No one had the ginger marmalade in my neck of the woods. I did find (at Import Market no less) a Apple Ginger Pear Jam. We cooked Mahi Mahi and loved every bite. This is a recipe to dazzle and impress-plus it is so easy! We enjoyed this recipe so much I found the correct marmalade on Amazon so we would not be searching any longer for something close to what is recommended.
ChristineBeers Posted: 03/04/10
HeatherLynn Posted: 04/10/10
Incredibly easy to make, although we were frustrated with the wild goose chase we were sent on to find ginger marmalade. We, too, finally had luck with it at Bristol Farms. It'd be nice if Cooking Light would provide an alternative when listing obscure ingredients. Our tuna was really fishy tasting (blech), but we saw the potential here. We'll try it again. Especially now that we have a whole jar of ginger marmalade and nothing else to do with it!
janiegd Posted: 01/19/11
delicious! made this after reading rave reviews, and I must concur. Didn't measure ingredients exactly and added a bit more wasabi paste. We all loved it. It was so easy - 10 minutes to prepare. Served with coconut milk rice and steamed sugar snap peas. The kids loved it too. Will definitely make again!
meiyudelfs Posted: 10/27/11
Wow...I was looking for a good tuna recipe, and my boys and I absolutely loved this one! It was so easy and really tasty!! I doubled up on the Spiced Ginger Preserves which I found at my HEB (surprisingly), because I use the Japanese powder to make my wasabi, and I think it's stronger than the stuff most Americans buy in a tube. I served it with jasmine rice which I drizzled the excess ginger sauce over and asparagus. It was really amazing!!! Thanks!!
Blsull Posted: 03/24/13
My grocery store didn't have Ginger marmalade nor wasabi paste, so I substituted wasabi sauce (so I suspect milder heat) and used 1 Tbsp Ginger paste & 1 1/4Tbsp orange marmalade, which was very good with a sushi grade tuna steak about an inch and a half thick. I've always liked tuna cooked rare in a restaurant, but was afraid I'd overtook it.Turned out great adding an extra minute to the grill times & very simple to make. I will try it again with the original ingredients if/once I find them.