Tuna Salad (Not your typical Tuna Salad)


Tuna Salad (Not your typical Tuna Salad)
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People have asked me if I was going to have any seafood recipes since I eat NO seafood. I usually answer, "not many". However, I looked for a seafood recipe that I thought Michael and you, my loyal followers would enjoy. Now you have to understand that I am highly allergic to shellfish, and I just never liked fish. I do enjoy making my family and friends fish dishes (as long as I don’t have to eat it.) I saw this recipe after watching Ina Garten make it on the food channel. Michael loves tuna and this looked very interesting. It looked so appealing that I wish I liked tuna (but I don’t). I think since this involves fresh tuna, it should be a healthy dish. Michael loved this dish, so I’m passing this on to you. Please let me know how you liked it if you decide to make it.
Tuna Salad (Not your typical Tuna Salad)
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People have asked me if I was going to have any seafood recipes since I eat NO seafood. I usually answer, "not many". However, I looked for a seafood recipe that I thought Michael and you, my loyal followers would enjoy. Now you have to understand that I am highly allergic to shellfish, and I just never liked fish. I do enjoy making my family and friends fish dishes (as long as I don’t have to eat it.) I saw this recipe after watching Ina Garten make it on the food channel. Michael loves tuna and this looked very interesting. It looked so appealing that I wish I liked tuna (but I don’t). I think since this involves fresh tuna, it should be a healthy dish. Michael loved this dish, so I’m passing this on to you. Please let me know how you liked it if you decide to make it.
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Brush the tuna steaks with olive oil, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place the tuna steaks in a very hot sauté pan and cook for only 1 minute on each side. Set aside on a platter.
  2. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine the olive oil, salt, pepper, lime zest, wasabi, lime juice, soy sauce and hot sauce. Add the avocados to the vinaigrette.
  3. Cut the tuna in chunks and place it in a large bowl. Add the scallions and red onions and mix well. Pour the vinaigrette mixture over the tuna and carefully mix.
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Tuna Salad (Not your typical Tuna Salad)
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People have asked me if I was going to have any seafood recipes since I eat NO seafood. I usually answer, "not many". However, I looked for a seafood recipe that I thought Michael and you, my loyal followers would enjoy. Now you have to understand that I am highly allergic to shellfish, and I just never liked fish. I do enjoy making my family and friends fish dishes (as long as I don’t have to eat it.) I saw this recipe after watching Ina Garten make it on the food channel. Michael loves tuna and this looked very interesting. It looked so appealing that I wish I liked tuna (but I don’t). I think since this involves fresh tuna, it should be a healthy dish. Michael loved this dish, so I’m passing this on to you. Please let me know how you liked it if you decide to make it.
Tuna Salad (Not your typical Tuna Salad)
Print Recipe
People have asked me if I was going to have any seafood recipes since I eat NO seafood. I usually answer, "not many". However, I looked for a seafood recipe that I thought Michael and you, my loyal followers would enjoy. Now you have to understand that I am highly allergic to shellfish, and I just never liked fish. I do enjoy making my family and friends fish dishes (as long as I don’t have to eat it.) I saw this recipe after watching Ina Garten make it on the food channel. Michael loves tuna and this looked very interesting. It looked so appealing that I wish I liked tuna (but I don’t). I think since this involves fresh tuna, it should be a healthy dish. Michael loved this dish, so I’m passing this on to you. Please let me know how you liked it if you decide to make it.
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Brush the tuna steaks with olive oil, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place the tuna steaks in a very hot sauté pan and cook for only 1 minute on each side. Set aside on a platter.
  2. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, combine the olive oil, salt, pepper, lime zest, wasabi, lime juice, soy sauce and hot sauce. Add the avocados to the vinaigrette.
  3. Cut the tuna in chunks and place it in a large bowl. Add the scallions and red onions and mix well. Pour the vinaigrette mixture over the tuna and carefully mix.
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