Korean-Style Seared Tuna
Fish Alternatives Salmon fillets or steaks will also go well with this highly seasoned sauce.
Test-Kitchen Tip We like fresh tuna cooked to a succulent medium rare. If you prefer your tuna cooked through, just add a few more minutes to the cooking time. Be careful not to overcook it, though, or it will most assuredly be dry.
An aromatic white wine with just a touch of residual sweetness will buffer the spiciness of this dish and balance the saltiness from the soy sauce. Try a luscious Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand or California.