Place fish in a medium-sized dish. Whisk together the oil, lime juice, and chili powder. Pour mixture over fish and let marinate for 15 minutes.
Remove the fish and broil under high heat for 6 minutes (or until just cooked through).
Combine lime juice, honey, and remaining ingredients in medium mixing bowl. Toss gently.
Rinse and drain the black beans, then combine with red pepper. Heat in microwave dish for 2 minutes (or until hot). Place tostadas on plates. Cover with half the hot beans. Divide fish between plates, then top with salsa. Garnish with sliced avocado, if desired.
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Stir together brown sugar, orange peel, oil and pepper. Place Ahi on a plate, rub with mixture and let marinate in refrigerator for one hour.
Preheat the broiler, place steaks on broiler pan and broil about 4 inches from the heat source. Note: Fish can also be grilled.
Turn once, after about 5 minutes. You can check for doneness by cutting into the steak with a thin-bladed knife; Ahi should not be cooked well done and will continue to cook a bit after being removed from the heat.
While steaks cook, toss together fruit mixture, mint and red pepper. Spoon over warm fish and serve.