Yum! The seasoning on the tuna was great, the aioli was great, totally worthy of serving to guests. Prepared with couscous & a green salad. Delish.
Tuna with Avocado Green Goddess Aioli
EaterJo Posted: 04/22/09
Belladonna714 Posted: 02/27/10
For me this was just ok. I have had much better tuna recipes, usually involving some sort of soy glaze. At 20 bucks a pound for Tuna I doubt I'd use this one again.
LauraJasmine Posted: 06/19/10
Spectacular recipe!!! My family eats lots of tuna and we are always looking for ways to make tuna less dry. This aioli did the job perfectly and was oh-so-tasty! Definitely making again.
fleetbeat01 Posted: 12/14/10
Easy enough for weeknight, but special enough for surprise guests. Halved the mayo and doubled the garlic in the aioli. Sprinkled spices on top and bottom of tuna and rolled the edges in mix of black and white sesame seeds - would recommend this for company - makes it look really amazing. Just seared tuna so it was rare. Could make this into hors d'oeuvres with seared tuna on rice cracker with aioli and a few sesame seeds. Might do that for our next party :)
loridw Posted: 08/06/11
Great for summer! Aioli saved one steak that was a little over cooked.
KTDETTLE Posted: 09/15/11
Making for the second time because the family loved it so much the first. Using frozen tuna filets since we live in Wisconsin. Works great on the grill for 2 minutes each side just like the pan seared recipe. I forgot how quick this is. The fresh herbs really don't need chopping because the blender does it all for you.
MarloM Posted: 02/13/13
Awesome.... Just plain awesome. I seared mine for less that 2 min per side... 1 min much better 4 me.
semeagher Posted: 04/09/12
Yummy! made it for lunch this week. I did over cook the fish and it has too much cumin, but both of those things are my fault, so otherwise I will do again..
Jacqualin Posted: 04/29/13
Good combination of flavors