A traditional Japanese dish, tataki consists of fish that has been seared in hot oil for a matter of seconds. Here the tuna is served with Japanese soy sauce, wasabi, mustard and ginger.
Slice the tuna into two pieces. Heat a griddle pan until smoking hot.
Brush the tuna with the groundnut oil and season generously with salt and pepper.
Sear for 15-20 seconds on all sides, plunge into ice cold water to stop the cooking process and immediately pat dry.
Cut into slices and serve with soy sauce, wasabi, English mustard and pickled ginger.
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