Sublime! (Used food processor method). Be sure to serve with the Thai dipping sauce. Will make many, many times.
Okay, So i'll Confess: It wasn't the most TYPICAL approach to the recipe. I did not have ginger - only pickled ginger (Which i Love!) thus substituted for that. I also did not have Cilantro. Instead, I made an amazing sauce from mayo, Trader joes hot sauce, soy soy sauce, PICKLED ginger! It sounds bad said my beautiful Gay roommate, but it was Amaze ! also I stole the tuna burgers from Whole Foods :P
Made this recipe tonight with fresh albacore tuna, red onion, and serrano peppers (according to the recipe). Didn't change a thing-- it was AMAZING! Definitely on my "make again" list.
Left out the hot spice, since I can't tolerate, and put a little panko before cooking. Delicious with the sauce!
Delish! I really can't add anything other than what others have said: I am already looking forward to making this again.
These burgers are the only way I'm going to prepare tuna from now on! All the other ingredients enhanced the tuna to take it to new flavor heights! Do be careful not to overcook them, and don't forget to make the dipping sauce. It is essential to the dish! This will be a regular for us now. I'm even thinking about making it with salmon!
Being a sushi/sashimi lover, I combined all the ingredients and ate it on fried wonton wrappers as "chips". Absolutely delectable! This makes a great appetizer too.
Very good summer dish, and easy to make. While the active time is not extensive, there is waiting time for both the tuna and the dipping sauce. Be very alert when frying the burgers-mine were done in less than 2 minutes per side. They came out very moist and tasty.
I found it somehow a shame to chop up such a nice piece of tuna; so, with the addition of a bit of lime juice, I made a marinading paste of the rest of the "burger" ingredients, shmiered this on both sides of the 1 lb tuna steak, let it rest for about 30 min, and then "grilled" it in a hot grill pan on the stove for only 2 min/side. Thinly sliced and served with the dipping sauce, it was quite delectable!
It was the tastiest tuna I have ever made! Thanks!!!
I agree with all the other reviewers - this is easy, fast and delicious! What more could you ask for?
This was so... tasty! I loved it and will definitely make it again. I used pita for the bread and served it with the dipping sauce. It was delicious!
Excellent. Served it on mixed greens and used the Thai dipping sauce for dressing.
Excellent recipe. Before we finished the last bite, my boyfriend and I were already talking about making it again!
This is a terrific recipe. Really easy to make and extemely tasty. My family has asked me to make this twice this week!