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what's a nice way of cooking tuna steaks and what's a good side order to go with it?
and more tuna steaks as a side order, maybe some broccoli
serve with beansprouts/stir-fry and dress with soy sauce.
is to cook quickly in a very hot pan.
just lightly sear them, so they still basically raw in the middle. They are also nice marinated in soy sauce, in which case serve with rice.
I spose, but without the connotations of drowning in oil. You're sealing/colouring the outside.
Just fry/griddle pan them ith a little olive oil, no more than a couple of minutes on each side. As long as they're fresh you want them still pink right in the middle.
And a nice green salad.
now i want sushi. :(
pour the tuna juices over the fish once one the plate.
that sounds excellent
searing is cooking the outside of the meat (or fish) quickly. the inside can then be cooked slowly. this way you get to keep all the flavours and juices from the meat and still have a slowly cooked interior.
oil the fish not the pan, then cook in VERY hot pan for no more than a minute each side
don't know what with it..baby potatoes, spinach/beans some sort of dressing?
though Yo Soy's suggestion is also good...
it strikes me as being terrifyingly complex. but then most things do.
i'm not sure i would be able to find chickpeas in a supermarket.
what are they? i don't know anything....
your advice is fine and then you say something like 'stick them in a salad' as if i have any idea what that means.
i didn't know what 'sear' meant until 5 minutes ago.
ah, the joys of learning!
you know..lettuce/green leafy stuff/tomatoes/cucumber etc...just mix them with everything else and put a bit of oil and balasamic vinegar over it all
is ... i just don't think i'd be able to eat it quickly enough for it to not go to waste...
and felafel. they're a 'pulse' i think. you can buy them dried or tinned, they're usually in the same section of the shops as kidney beans and the like.
they're nice. good in curries.
with tuna steak on top on the TV at the weekend..that looked nice if you like that sort of thing
recipes can never NOT taste nice.
i just crush some peppercorns and place top and bottom of the fish in the peppercorns and then bung straight in the pan for a couple of minutes each side.
shall we do BobbyG's or Shpig's?
by suggesting side order.
This is Masterchef, and you have to answer the brief!
was that gruff guy who does stuff on daytime tv, a holiday show and a moving house show.
Greg is the masterchef bald man, he has glasses.
the other one doesn't but i don't know his name..Dom maybe?
but I had it last night too.
bite into manageable pieces, chew a bit to tenderise then stir through a chicken and mushroom Pot Noodle
it so different from tuna in a tin? or am i being incredibly dense?
fall into a dessicated pile of fishproduct on opening
Yeah...you don't want to be cooking them for more than a minute or two.
Tuna is at its best raw
it was D-Lish-USS!
:( i only have rice to eat. I haven't eaten all day.
tuna cooked to perfection. or not-cooked to perfection what with the pinkness and all. yum.
again! but with a new filling. Woo!
he's called J'oliver!
I told my housemate I invented it.
i love taking credit for the work of others.
were they so nice that they made you feel like this?
but I didn't take any pix
Although I just like Tuna Steaks nice and simple, just seasoned so to bring out the flavour of the tuna. With some roasted vegetables and new potatoes = the sex.
Tuna Steaks are much better then cow steaks.