I have a brand new recipe to share with you today, seared tuna on rice cakes.
It’s always nice to serve your guests something interesting for the holidays, something that they wouldn’t ordinarily make for themselves. But creating a recipe such as this often poses a conundrum. Creating something new and interesting, requires more effort than usual and can feel a little daunting.
Seared tuna on rice cakes solves that conundrum. You essentially need to create three separate items, rice cakes, ginger slaw, and of course, seared tuna, then pile them on top of each other – easy!
The inspiration for this recipe came from attending a holiday party at Rare, in Murray Hill, NY. The party was held in a private room and one of the passed hors d’oeuvres was seared tuna with slaw on a potato chip. I loved the idea and decided to convert it into a more substantial dish more appropriate for serving as part of a meal.
This is a really nice dish, three to each person, makes for a great appetizer. Interesting to the eye and tastebuds.
If you serve seared tuna on rice cakes to your guests, they will really enjoy your efforts.