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Georgie Smith HOME creates occasions that cater to all the senses. If you are a foodie who wants to enjoy restaurant deliciousness in an ambient setting at home or in nature, I hope you will journey with me in creating inspired memories that add meaning to our lives.


Ahi Tuna Kissed by Wasabi Cream


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Ahi Tuna Kissed by Wasabi Cream

This is super simple and a fab crowd pleaser.


  • 2 pieces of sushi grade tuna steaks
  • one quarter of cup of sesame oil
  • one quarter of a cup of light soy sauce
  • half a cup Wasabi sauce or powder
  • half of a cup Whipping cream
  • half of a cup Sesame seeds
  • Micro greens for garnish


I let the tuna sit in sesame oil and soy sauce for about ten minutes before searing and slicing.

As I let it sit I prepare my wasabi cream. It is simply equal amounts of wasabi paste or powder to cream (not whipped.. straight from the carton).

I place the 2 steaks onto a very hot griddle or BBQ (when it is not snowed in) and sear for 60 seconds on either side.

I remove and place on a cutting board and slice into bite size pieces.

I lay the tuna pieces on a bed of micro greens, sprinkle sesame seeds on each piece, and then drizzle the smallest amount of wasabi cream over each piece. I serve just like that. I like to give my guests bamboo skewers to take their piece of tuna (and the next and the next).

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