Asian Tuna with Toasted Sesame

Asian Tuna with Toasted Sesame recipe is a 30-minute savory dish, perfect for weeknight or easy entertaining. Serve on top of rice, potatoes, or quinoa.

We are a fish-loving family. Most the time when we eat out, the dish of choice is salmon or another fresh fish entree.

Asian Tuna Steak

Recently on a family vacation, I made this delicious Asian Tuna with Toasted Sesame that we’ve made before, and love so much, that we made it again!

Ingredients for ahi tuna steak

Asian Seafood Sauce, orange, tuna steaks (we buy at Costco), and green onion. 

You’ll need salt and pepper and then sesame seeds.

Easy!

Home is …

Since our homes are a significant part of who we are, I was thrilled when I found this in the Hallmark store the other day while waiting in line for their postal service. The wording caught my eye. So beautiful, and a true reminder of family.

Family Wall {Tree of Life}

Tree of Life – Papyrus art

In our home, we have a family wall with several pieces, photos, reminders of our heritage. Most recently we bought another Tree of Life piece (with 5 birds), on our trip through Cairo last summer (after Africa and on our way to Turkey), a genuine papyrus piece of art.

Family Wall {Tree of Life}

Home is a springboard

I love how Melissa talks about adding textures and colors, in her new book, Love the Home you Have, that makes us feel alive and engaged {Click, here, to buy the book.}. She goes on to say, “Home is a safety net and springboard for you and your family to accomplish the many dreams you will have in your lifetime. That’s why it’s essential to create a home that is a true reflection of your life as a whole.”

Every time we walk up our stairs to the family room, we are reminded of “family.” The words, pictures, inspiration, family roots–you can’t help but notice and for me every time, I whisper a little thanks.

Family Wall {Tree of Life}

My hubby was in Kentucky speaking over Easter, so the boys came and surprised their mama (yay!), and I luckily got a quick picture of them. Grateful for the day, a gift.
Coughlin Kids Easter 2015

Asian Tuna with Toasted Sesame

Now for the recipe. I always love a dish I can make in less than 30 minutes!

Toast the sesame seeds (which I love how they add a nutty flavor to foods), bake, and enjoy!

As I mentioned above, we are a fish family. I’d say we eat fish at least 3 times a week, mostly salmon.

My daughter recently made an amazing coconut-crusted tilapia recipe that I’ll be sharing, soon.

Today’s recipe is a real treat, very simple, with tuna steaks, served on a rice quinoa mixture.

How many days a week does your family enjoy fish?

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Asian Tuna with Toasted Sesame

This Asian Tuna with Toasted Sesame is a 30-minute savory dish from McCormick’s recipes, perfect for weeknight or easy entertaining.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Total Time30 mins
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup McCormick® Asian Seafood Sauce
  • 2 Tbsp orange juice
  • 1 teaspoon finely grated orange peel
  • 1 pound tuna steaks
  • 2 Tbsp finely chopped green onion
  • 2 teaspoons McCormick® Sesame Seed toasted

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Mix seafood sauce, orange juice, and orange peel in small bowl. Pour over fish in lightly greased 2-quart baking dish.
  • Bake 18 to 20 minutes or until desired doneness. To serve, spoon sauce over tuna. Sprinkle with green onion and toasted sesame seed.
  • Toasting sesame seeds: Heat small skillet on medium heat. Add sesame seed; cook and stir 2 minutes, or until golden brown and fragrant. Immediately pour out of hot pan to avoid over-toasting, or microwave on a paper towel for one minute, stirring several times.

4 comments on “Asian Tuna with Toasted Sesame”

  1. This looks delicious. Have you tried this sauce with Salmon?

  2. This recipe sounds fantastic!! Was looking for dinner ideas for the next couple days and will definitely be making this one. And thank you for sharing about your family wall. I have one that is about half finished. Hoping your inspiring post encourages me to get the other half done. xoxo

  3. Hi,
    I’m following you from Ireland and unfortuantly I haven’t been able to find McKormick Asian Seafood Sause for sale over here. Any suggestions for any alternative?

    • Hi, Jennifer. You could probably get away with using a Hoisin sauce, but I see you can order it on Amazon? Google it .. easy to find! I’ll keep looking :)

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