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  • got 2 great tuna steaks – what shall i do with em? and what shall i have with em?

    Premier Icon ton
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    mix some beer batter
    boil em in some crisp n dry
    do some big chips
    tin of mushy

    lush

    or oven roast veg
    long grain brown rice
    aoli
    griddled tuna steak. 8)

    FROGLEEK
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    make a soy / chilli / honey / ginger glaize – marinate 1 hr then griddle add to bed of udon noodles – delish

    J0N
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    Asparagus and Roast/Mashed potatoes. Peppercorn sauce (yes seriously – unless you really don’t like it)

    jon is winning so far

    brant
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    Heat a pan up for ages.

    Rub some olive oil in them, sea/rock salt, black pepper, a smidge of sesame oil.

    Give ’em 2mins on each side, and defumigate the house.

    joe1983
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    If you have a cajun spice mix cover them liberally in it and griddle. Serve with garlic fries, mayo, and corn on the cob.

    (for garlic fries crush 3 cloves of garlic, fry in oil and remove with strainer when the garlic starts to brown. The fry really thinly cut chips in the garlic oil)

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    roasted garlic veg and couscous

    Premier Icon stevomcd
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    Sounds random, but coat them in parmesan cheese and pan-fry them. Great, but cleaning the pan afterwards is a pain…

    Grill/fry/George Foreman them until just cooked, then use as a burger to make a big cheeseburger, with all your favourite bits on.

    brant
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    Almost cooked is too cooked. Tuna only works (IMO) if left rare. Or used in sushi.

    How about cooking it, shredding it, then having it on a baked potato?

    Going with grilled asparagus, spinach and rocket salad, sauteed potatoes, tuna with chilli, salt and peper, cumin seeds

    “Mercury may be detoxified by a sulphation/methylation process that involves B6, B12, folic acid and zinc”.

    your point being….?

    brakes
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    I think good tuna is best seared in a very hot pan with basic seasoning and a bit of spice (nutmeg, chilli, paprika, etc.) left to settle and served warm with a salad and a bit of balsamic vinegar – maybe a couple of boiled potoatoes if you’re hungry

    Is it chef’s day off?

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