Honey-glazed tuna steaks
1/4 cup soy sauce (I chose a low sodium variety)
2 tablespoons honey
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
ground black pepper to taste
Whisk together all of the ingredients and coat one side of tuna. Place tuna, marinade side down on a pan over medium high heat for 3-4 minutes. Turn fish and pour the rest of the honey-soy mixture over the tuna and reduce heat to medium. (use caution when adding liquids to hot pans). Stir soy mixture as it bubbles and reduces as the second side of the fish cooks. Mixture will reduce to a syrup-like substance ready to be served over your fish or on the side as a dipper. (variation: let reduction cool and add a spash of vinegar and olive oil to make honey-soy salad dressing).
*if you are choosing to grill your fish: coat both sides with the marinade as you grill. Then return the rest of the marinade to a small sauce pan on medium to medium-low heat to reduce into the sauce.
If I made this again (which I will because it's restaurant quality delicious, and basically fool proof), I'd top the final product with some toasted sesame seeds.
This would be a fantastic dish to entertain with as you can easily double or triple the marinade and the end product is show-stopping.