Cooking with Us – e07 – Tuna Tataki

And welcome to Cooking with Us! Today is November 2nd, Dia de los Muertos,
All Soul’s Day. But not when you’re watching this, it won’t
be that day at all. It’ll prolly be a different day.
And what we’re making today has nothing to do with the fact that we’re dressed very cool
for All Soul’s Day… But, if you like my earrings, my cousin Sharlin
made them, and if you want them, I will post a link below, so you can buy them. Onaka ga sukimashita!! I’m hungry! I don’t
know about you. Let’s make some tuna tataki! You guys have seen me cut up peppers plenty
of times, so it should be no surprise that I’m cutting up peppers for our tuna tataki
as well. The jalapenos have really good flavor and
I think they’ll be perfect. That’s an onion. Theron’s cut… Theron’s cutting up one uh
fairly big white onion… Yellow… Yellow? The next thing we’re gonna need is avocado.
I would usually save this for last, but since tuna is apparently really delicate and you
have to cut it fast, we’re gonna… do that last. So from what I saw online, this part of the
tuna is the best part so we’re gonna cut that off in somewhat of a triangle… and save
it. Theron’s finishing up cutting up the tuna
for us. I’m just mixing some wasabi and soy sauce. So we have good tuna here, it’s not fishy
flavored at all. So what we’re gonna do is I’m gonna layer
some in the bottom of this bowl. If you wanna “cook” it, you can add some lime
or lemon juice. We’re gonna use just a little bit of lemon juice, because a little goes
a long way. We’re gonna use some soy sauce. Then add your avocado. A little bit of, um, onion, because this is
very strong onion. That’s prolly good. And jalapenos! I’m gonna add a little more soy sauce to the
top of everything. If you don’t like jalapenos, don’t use them.
If you love sesame seeds. put ’em on… you can also add cucumbers to this. And you just mix it all up together. Adjust recipe to your taste, right? mhm Baa-baaa It’s not the most beautiful plating, but again,
I’m not a chef. This is our finished product. And you have a really, really good healthy
protein rich meal for your loved ones and yourself. Yeah? Really good. Yeah? Awesome. There’s some tuna tataki – super simple..
Only difficulty is getting your tuna. Ok? That’s for joining us for this episode of
Cooking with Us, happy Dia de los Muertos, and cheers! ‘kanpai’ Kanpai! Kanpaiiii!! Ichiban!!! We are number one! Hello Mr.Brigly. hehe Ok, Let’s eat! Ok! Bye Bye! Bye!

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