Power flavor

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Power flavor

Tuna is one of the more popular ways to serve up fish on the family dinner table, but come on. You can do better than the average, uninspired tuna-fish sandwich and tuna casserole, right? The Millmont Grille has a recipe that will expand your tuna horizons. Millmont serves fish specials every day, and General Manager Troy Berge says the garlic-citrus marinated tuna is “one of our favorites.”

Berge says the restaurant, located behind Barracks Road Shopping Center, tries to present each fish dish in a “new, flavor-forward manner.“ The wasabi aioli in this recipe adds a piquant taste to the already flavorfully marinated tuna.

Millmont Grille’s Garlic-Citrus Marinated Tuna

Marinate 10 8 oz. tuna fillets for 24 hours in:
8 cups olive oil
1 cup roasted garlic cloves
1 1/2 cup lemon, lime, and grapefruit juices
1 Tbs. salt
1 Tbs. pepper

Char-grill for eight to 12 minutes and then drizzle on the wasabi aioli (see recipe below).

Wasabi Aioli
2 oz. green wasabi powder
1 cup cold water
1 cup mayonnaise

Combine wasabi and cold water, then mix in the mayo thoroughly. Serves 10.

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