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Tue Dec 11, 2012, 09:37 AM

Pan-seared tuna steaks

Ingredients
Tuna steaks
Montreal steak seasoning
Olive oil
Trader Joe's Mango/ginger chutney

Directions
Coat the tuna with olive oil and sprinkle with a little Montreal steak seasoning on both sides. Let marinate for and hour at room temperature. Then, heat a non-stick pan until it's quite hot. Cook the tuna quickly on both sides, a couple minutes per side, depending on how rare you like it. Remove and let rest covered for 5 minutes. Serve with the chutney.

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bif Dec 2012 OP
flamin lib Dec 2012 #1
cbayer Dec 2012 #2
Glassunion Dec 2012 #4
cbayer Dec 2012 #5
Glassunion Dec 2012 #3
bif Dec 2012 #6

Response to bif (Original post)

Tue Dec 11, 2012, 06:11 PM

1. That looks and sounds good. I enjoy your blog. nt

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Response to bif (Original post)

Tue Dec 11, 2012, 08:00 PM

2. Not big on cooked fish, but this sounds good.

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Response to cbayer (Reply #2)

Tue Dec 11, 2012, 08:36 PM

4. I'm with you on this, however I do enjoy the taste

of seared tuna from time to time.

I'll pick a thick cut, and sear it for maybe 15 seconds per side in a surface of the sun hot pan. I like to leave the majority of the meat raw. I want to try the chutney idea. I usually go with a ponzu sauce, but that sounds good.

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Response to Glassunion (Reply #4)

Tue Dec 11, 2012, 08:40 PM

5. I can do that and sometimes order it out.

But what I really want most of the time is just some beautiful, raw, thinly sliced pieces of fish. I never tasted sushi until I was in my 30's, but my kids were eating it before they were 5, lol.

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Response to bif (Original post)

Tue Dec 11, 2012, 08:32 PM

3. Montreal Steak seasoning has endless uses.

Chicken, fish, tofu, grilled melon, lamb. I've even been known to use it on a steak ever now and then.

I love the stuff.

On my 3rd edit: I like the chutney idea now that I've been thinking about it for a minute. That's a smart combination.

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Response to Glassunion (Reply #3)

Wed Dec 12, 2012, 09:03 AM

6. The combination of sweet and salty works out well

One of the occasional brainstorms I get.

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