Sea Harvest Give Away

Sea Harvest recently launched three new products onto the market and I decided that I would use the vouchers that they sent me to buy the Fine Dine tuna steaks. I bought 2 boxes and each one contained 2 separately packed yellowfin tuna steaks weighing a total of 200g per box. These are approved as part of the Heart and Stroke Foundation eating plan. Dave and I eat quite a lot of fresh tuna and so it was great to be able to have these in the freezer for when tuna is not in season. I cooked the tuna from frozen, as per the box recommendation. The first box I took out of my freezer which is set to -18° Celsius and the centre was still frozen after cooking for 2 minutes per side. I then tried the next 2 using my other freezer which is set at a normal temperature for home use and the inside was still cold. I would recommend that you either cook them for 3 minutes per side from frozen, or defrost them in the fridge overnight. The plus side is that I can keep these in the freezer for when we end up having surprise visitors. I brushed mine with oil, seasoned with salt and added ground coriander to one side, and ground cayenne pepper to the other. After cooking I squeezed on fresh lime juice and added fresh coriander.

Sea Harvest Tuna Steaks
Sea Harvest Tuna Steaks

How to enter to 1 of 5 R500 vouchers from Sea Harvest:

Competition now closed!

Conditions of entry:

  • I will not be responsible for the delivery of the vouchers
  • The prize is 1 of 5 vouchers valued to R500 and may not be exchanged for cash
  • Entries close at midnight on the 21st of November 2014
  • I will not be responsible for deciding the winners and the decision made by the person responsible will be final
  • Entries are open to all readers of this blog who have a residential address in South Africa
  • I will not be held responsible for non-receipt of your voucher

Disclosure: I was sent vouchers in compensation for hosting this give away. This post is in line with my blogging policy.

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10 thoughts on “Sea Harvest Give Away

  1. Interesting that the instructions they gave were a bit off as you definitely don’t want frozen bits in the centre!
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Hotel Centennial, WoollahraMy Profile

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    1. I agree, but that is easily overcome I think by defrosting the tuna first 🙂

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  2. Sounds like a great product – Tandy.
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    1. Worth having in the freezer Rachel 🙂

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  3. I love fresh tuna, Tandy, but it isn’t something I often think of buying. Now you’ve persuaded me to grab some next time I’m in the supermarket!

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    1. Glad I have inspired you Helen 🙂

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  4. What a great giveaway. Too bad I don’t like in South Africa. I’ll have to tell my friend to enter =) I had fresh tuna once, on our Honeymoon, we went on a deep sea expedition in the Virgin Islands and my husband actually got one. But we took it to the hotel to cook up for us =)
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    1. Wow, that must have been an amazing experience! Good luck to your fried if she enters Laura 🙂

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  5. Something I have never really done is buy frozen fish – must re-look at it.
    Have a wonderful weekend Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    1. I don’t do it often but I have a few more vouchers to use and so will definitely get some more 🙂

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