But here we go -- a simplified version.
The original recipe requires that you mix certain ingredients at certain times, then neatly stack the mixtures atop one another to make an aestetically pleasing, healthy and delicious meal.
But sometimes, I am in no mood.
This turned out to be a good try. I chopped, sliced and diced the usual suspects:
I also pulled out the black and white sesame seeds and mixed some soy sauce and sesame oil together.
The assembly was quite simple: I plated the mashed up avocado first, placing it at the center of the bowl. I topped this with daikon and cucumber. I then added the tuna, which already had some ginger mixed in. I then added a little bit of ginger shavings on top. I topped this with the green onions, then sprinkled on some sesame seeds. Next, I gently poured the soy mixture around the plate. And there you have it -- a lazy tuna tower.