Tuna tataki with bonito soy dressing recipe

Savour the delicious flavours of this tuna delicacy, courtesy of Huxtable's Daniel Wilson.

Written by Daniel Wilson
  • Serves: 4


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  • Tuna

  • Soy Dressing

What to do

    1. Cut the tuna into 3 long equal sized pieces. Rub with a little oil and salt and pepper.

    2. Heat a nonstick pan over a high heat and add the tuna logs one at a time and cook for 10 seconds on all sides, except the ends.

    3. Immediately place on a try and return to the fridge.

    4. Once cool, wrap tightly with plastic wrap to form a nice round shape and refrigerate.

  • Dressing

    1. Mix all of the ingredients together.

  • To Serve

    1. Slice the tuna into 3 mm thick slices and arrange nicely on a plate.

    2. Using a spoon, drizzle the dressing over the tuna.

    3. Top with bonito shavings and then the daikon cress.

Written by Daniel Wilson

Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, Daniel Wilson is co-owner of popular Melbourne eateries Huxtable and Huxtaburger.

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