Seared Tuna Served On A Bed Of Noodles

If you have ten minutes to prepare a meal, then this Seared Tuna Served On A Bed Of Noodles recipe is perfect. The key with tuna is to make sure it is super fresh. You can freeze it if you want to or if you have more than you can eat in one meal. To freeze tuna all you need to do is portion it. Then cover in two layers of cling film and put it into your freezer. To defrost I would suggest doing so overnight in the fridge.

Seared Tuna Served On A Bed Of Noodles
Seared Tuna Served On A Bed Of Noodles

It is important when buying tuna that you know it has come from a reliable source. The fishing practices need to be sustainable. And locally caught fish is the best. In South Africa we get a few varieties of tuna. Some of it ends up as tinned fish. Eaten fresh, this is not the best example of tuna at all. Look out for dolphin friendly notations on the tins when you buy tinned fish. A lot of our tuna is sent away for export. It has to be in pristine condition as it is exported whole.

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Seared Tuna Served on a Bed of Noodles

Recipe Category: Seafood
All Rights Reserved: An original recipe from Lavender and Lime

Ingredients

  • 1 tuna steak
  • 1 star anise
  • 5 mls pink peppercorns
  • 2.5 mls whole cloves
  • 5 mls fennel seeds
  • 2 cm fresh root ginger peeled and finely chopped
  • 15 mls olive oil
  • ramen noodles
  • 15 mls soy sauce

Instructions

  • in a pestle and mortar grind up the star anise, peppercorns, cloves and fennel
  • add the ginger and the olive oil and mix into a paste
  • coat the tuna with the paste
  • boil the water for the noodles and heat the pan for the tuna
  • put the noodles into the water and after they have been boiling for 2 minutes, sear the tuna for a minute per side
  • drain the noodles, cover with the soya sauce and slice the tuna and place on top

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