Eat by Color Seared Tuna Steak Recipe
Eat by Color Seared Tuna Recipe from EatbyColor.com. A nice break from the same old chicken and beef. Tuna. Living in the Midwest great fresh fish can be hit or miss. Much to my surprise the Tuna I bought was a great piece of fish.
Fresh Tuna Steak
Not sure who would eat the tuna, I opted to buy one steak that weighed about 9oz (the rest of the fam had grilled chicken that we marinated in Italian dressing for 24 hours). Place 2 TBS of butter and 3 TBS of olive oil in a frying pan. I used a Lodge cast iron pan. Set burner to medium heat. Add peppercorns and allow the butter and oil to heat up and soften the peppercorns to soften. Note some of the pepper will pop. Add tuna steak. Cook for 2-3 minutes per side depending on how rare you like the center. Done. Remove steak from heat. Top with soy sauce and pickled ginger. This would pair well with our Baja Mango Salsa.
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