The Hawaiian word "ahi" can refer to both yellowfin tuna or its closest relative, the bigeye tuna. The preferred ahi for searing is raw and of the high-quality "sashimi" grade, to achieve the best freshness in taste.

Cooking steps

Add the Ingredients!

Drag the ingredients into the large bowl. Remember the order!

Marinate the Tuna!

Drag the basting brush over the food to marinate the Tuna.

Sear the Ahi Tuna!

Drag the food into the pan. Turn the food twice. When it is seared, grab it and place it on the lower tray. Don't remove it too quickly!

Tear the Lettuce!

Click and drag to remove the lettuce leaves. Don't drag too hard or you'll tear them!

Slice the Radish!

Drag the Radish back and forth to make slices.

Slice the Tuna!

Trace the lines to slice up the Tuna.