Pepper Crusted Tuna with Wasabi Cream Sauce - Celebration Generation
Pepper Crusted Tuna With Wasabi Cream Sauce is a simple and elegant tuna dish, and the most popular recipe on this blog! Easy to make, sure to impress.
Seared Ahi Tuna and Salad of Mixed Greens with Wasabi Vinaigrette
Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Seared Ahi Tuna and Salad of Mixed Greens with Wasabi Vinaigrette recipe from Rachael Ray
Seared Tuna with Blood Orange Vinaigrette
Serve an Asian-style Valentine's Day menu of seared tuna with blood orange vinaigrette with this recipe from Ca Va chef Todd English on The Martha Stewart Show.
How to Sear Tuna Steaks | eHow.com
Searing tuna steaks allows you to enjoy the rich flavor of the fish by locking the flavors inside. Tuna needs to be seared quickly and under high heat to ensure that the outside of the steaks cook adequately. Properly seared tuna will still have a pink middle that remains red and rare.
A couple of years ago, I was really tired of cooking all the time. I actually started hating it. Meal planning, cooking, cleaning, the whole process. I still have moments when I get tired, but I just realized I don’t hate it anymore. Sounds so simple, but at the time it was quite a difficult concept for me. I can be a little bit of a perfectionist. I’ve also turned cooking into a hobby, a way for me to be creative through exploring new recipes, then photographing the results and blogging it…
Those of my vintage may remember this dish from the eighties fondly as Tataki of Tuna: a log of ludicrously rubied fish, rolled in pepper, briefly seared and eaten finely sliced with shredded spring onions and twiggy strips of cucumber. Dunk in soy as you eat or make up a few blobs of sinus-clearing wasabi. If you do have some wasabi to hand, you can use this for smearing over the tuna, before coating it with peppercorns, in place of the English mustard stipulated below. For US cup measures…
Miso glazed seared tuna with fresh herb salad
You've probably seen a version of this recipe on upscale restaurant menus, but it's easy to make at home if you buy "sushi quality" tuna from your fishmonger. The tuna should be glistening and ruby red and shouldn't smell fishy. The miso glaze takes just minutes to whip up in the food processor and can be made two days in advance. Lemongrass, miso and mirin can be found in better supermarkets or A
Sesame Seared Tuna with Soy Dipping Sauce
Easy, tuna steaks coated with sesame seeds and quickly seared. You could also cook them on the BBQ. This Japanese-inspired dish is served rare, so be sure your tuna is fresh and of good quality.
Seared Ahi Tuna with Mediterranean Style Pasta in Caper Sauce Recipe
I've recently fallen completely in love with seared tuna. Not just because it's healthy, but because the flavor of this fish is really quite nice, even when purchased frozen. (The safest bet when you live nearly 400 miles from the nearest ocean.) cooking time is minimal, the family loves it, and it's versatile without being terribly expensive. What's not to love about it? This is a second try of a recipe that I originally made with pouched tuna, but the texture of that particular dish was…
Seared Tuna on Mixed Greens with Cilantro-Lime Vinaigrette
Learn how to make Seared Tuna on Mixed Greens with Cilantro-Lime Vinaigrette. MyRecipes has 70,000+ tested recipes and videos to help you be a better cook
Garlic Seared Tuna on Spinach
This simple but elegant dish is worthy of the finest restaurants. The tender garlic seared tuna is served on a bed of wilted spinach with sauteed garlic and onions. It is simple and will melt in your mouth with a loud pop of flavor. 4 Servings Tuna 4 Tuna medallions (1 ½ inch thick) 1 TBS Olive Oil ½ to 1 tsp Kosher Salt Fresh Ground Pepper 1 tsp Garlic Powder 1 tsp dried Parsley 2 TBS Salted Butter Spinach * 1 medium Onion (sliced) 1 TBS Olive Oil 2 tsp minced Garlic 1 bag of washed Fresh…