What I love about eating sushi is the little ritual of swirling a dab of wasabi into soy sauce, then methodically dunking each piece to get just the right amount pressed into the crevices. Savouring, getting that nasal clearing heat and repeating until I’m stuffed. Ahi Tuna with Edamame Wasabi Relish gives that same soy wasabi punch but with some added crunch. The edamame are perfect in the little soy bath and give a great texture and crunch to each bite of tuna. Simple, healthy and delicious.
For the Ahi Tuna with Edamame Wasabi Relish I recommend that you hand chop the edamame as apposed to using a food processor as it tends to break them down just a little too much. I used frozen edamame pods and microwaved them as per the box directions less 20 seconds, then dunked them in ice water to cool quickly and prevent overcooking. They were perfect. I believe this relish would also be delicious stirred into steamed rice or on top of a mild white fish like halibut. Enjoy!
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