How to make it

  • In a bowl, combine the tuna, green onions, ginger, wasabi, sesame oil, soy sauce and lime juice, and mix until well blended.
  • Taste and adjust seasoning with lime juice or soy sauce. Set bowl over ice.
  • Next, prepare the miso cones: in a mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients, mixing until combined.
  • Preheat oven to 350° F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and scoop miso cone batter by one small level spoonful onto lined baking sheet, spacing them apart because they will spread during baking. Bake for about 4 minutes, or until golden brown. (Note: I highly suggest doing a test batch first to see how they come out. if they spread way too much, just add a little more flour and try again!) Keep an eye on them; they burn quickly. Remove from oven, wait a few moments and roll into cone shapes using the paper cone cup, being careful not to burn your fingers (but you will!) You have to work pretty quickly because they get harder to shape as they cool. Once formed, gently place them on a baking sheet to cool.
  • Place a generous spoonful of tuna mix into each cone, garnish with shoots and furikake. For a really cool presentation, serve each cone standing up in a cordial or shot glass.

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  • luisascatering 6 years ago
    note: I now use won ton cones instead of the miso cones (I like them better!)
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  • mikku 6 years ago
    Excellent presentation
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  • icecreamuffin 7 years ago
    yum, that sounds amazing! and looks lovely as well :)
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  • keni 7 years ago
    B E A U T I F U L! :)
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