How to make it

  • Start with a nice long piece of sushi grade albacore. (Don't bring to room temperature).
  • Salt, and apply "plenty" of black pepper- don't be shy.
  • Put a little oil in a non sick pan and get it really hot.
  • Sear the Albacore for about 10-15 seconds per side.
  • Remove Albacore and immediately submerge it in icy water for about one minute.
  • Take a really sharp filet knife and thinly slice.
  • Serve on a bed of grated Daicon Radish and a Japanese Shiso Leaf (be sure to eat some of the delicious Shiso Leaf and Daicon)!
  • Also serve with wasabi and soy sauce.
  • Oishi!!!

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  • paizley 5 years ago
    Just to let you know, since I'm half-Japanese, that sashimi means RAW. The correct word for seared would be tataki. Just helping.
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  • mrjwjohnson 5 years ago
    Sounds great...thanks
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    Fantastic recipe!
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  • jo_jo_ba 5 years ago
    This looks good, more like tataki than sashimi - sashimi is completely raw, never cooked even for a second. This is one of my favourite ways for tuna though!
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    " It was excellent "
    jencathen ate it and said...
    This sounds delish!
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    " It was excellent "
    elgab89 ate it and said...
    Love sashimi everything. Albacore tuna sounds even better!
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