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Sesame Wasabi Ahi Tuna Kebabs (Gluten-Free)

Seared ahi tuna is a real treat, and this recipe makes it easier than ever to serve up a delicious ahi feast on a stick. Just coat with gluten-free soy sauce and wasabi, grill lightly, and roll in toasted sesame seeds.

Photo: CC--waferboardIngredients:

  • 1-2 pounds of ahi tuna (4-6 ounces per person)
  • ½ cup gluten-free soy sauce
  • 1-2 tablespoons wasabi
  • toasted sesame seeds, black and white
  • wasabi and pickled ginger as garnish

Directions:
Cut tuna into 1½-inch cubes.

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Place three or four 1½-inch cubes of sashimi-grade ahi tuna per skewer.

Coat lightly with gluten-free soy sauce and wasabi.

Grill at 425 degrees F., searing each side briefly and rotating until outside is seared and inside is still rare.

Roll in a mixture of black and white toasted sesame seeds and serve with pickled ginger and extra soy sauce and wasabi on the side.

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