Seared ahi tuna recipes are one of California's most popular appetizer recipes. Impress your guests with this easy dish for two. Note of caution — only use dry rocks when preparing this dish or they could explode.
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1. Preheat two washed and thoroughly dried river rocks on your grill over high heat for one hour. (Note of caution — only use very dry rocks when preparing this dish or they could explode.)
2. Next, fill a heat-resistant bowl with rock or ice cream sea salt.
3. Carefully remove rocks from the grill.
4. Set the pan on a hot pad or towel and carefully place the hot stones into the salt rock. The rocks will keep their heat for about 15-20 minutes.
To prepare the Asian dipping sauce:
5. In a bowl mix all ingredients together and set aside until ready to serve.
6. With a sharp knife, slice the tuna into thin slices, going against the grain.
7. Place sliced ahi on top of the rock and cook to your desired doneness.
8. When serving your guests, be sure to put a hot pad under the bowl and remind your guests not to touch the rock.
9. Serve with cold Japanese beer.
Seared ahi tuna is an amazing appetizer popular in California. Here the chef sears the tuna slices smeared in an Asian dipping sauce over hot rocks.Impress your guests with this wonderful appetizer and enjoy!