Tuna Steaks

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  1. w0cyru01

    w0cyru01 Purple Belt

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    I spotted tuna steaks on sale at the store so I picked some up.

    Now that I have them...how do I cook them? I was thinking just put some oil in a pan, throw steak in to sear the outsides leaving the inside pink, then eat with a yam and green beans.

    Any other ideas?
     
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    Grill that bitch up, tuna steaks are great. You can grill it through and eat it like a fillet, or if it's from a clean place, sear the fuck out of the outsides, but leave the inside largely raw, and slice it into strips and lay it on a salad w/good greens, nuts, and a little bit of fruit.
     
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    http://fooddownunder.com/cgi-bin/recipe.cgi?r=266161

    This is one of my favorite recipes. It sounds weird, but the Avocado Hash compliments the Tuna incredibly well.

    Avocado hash:
    1 med , ripe avocado, peeled, pitted and finely diced
    1 1/2 tsp lime juice
    2 tbl minced fresh chives
    1 tbl minced fresh basil
    1/8 tsp salt
    1/8 tsp black pepper
     
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    Definitely grill, apply a little dill and olive oil. Lay over a bed of spinach leaves, it's badass.
     
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    Steam the spinach, or raw?
     
  6. flashNsmash

    flashNsmash when it rains...

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    Don't. Slice 'em up real thin with some soya and wasabi, and you're good to go.

    I'm always tempted to buy them, but they're so overpriced around here. I did get a ton of cheap fresh halibut last week though, so delicious.
     
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    1 tbsp Soy
    1 tbsp Ponzu
    1 tbsp Mirin
    1.5 tsp. Rice Vinegar
    Wasabi and Sesame Oil to taste

    Let the tuna soak in that for 15-30 minutes. Sear it up real nice on a grill or cast iron pan. yum.
     
  8. w0cyru01

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    Guess I need to use the Foreman grill then :(
     
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    man, i wish i had the money to eat really good food all of the time. must be nice.
     
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    flashNsmash when it rains...

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    meh, it's not really that expensive, my friends scoff at the awesome meat and vegetables i buy, whilst spending $120-$150 week on fast food and delivery
     
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    it was only like $3 for the steak
     

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