There is something just so delicious to me about Tuna Steak! My husband and I both love seafood and seem to never be able to get enough of it.
For starters there is so many different types of fish and/or seafood; from tuna steak to sea bass, tilapia to salmon, lobster to shrimp, clams to scallops and the list can go on forever, it’s simple, fresh and delicious. It’s healthy and easy to digest, perfect for a light meal anytime of the year.
We both have fallen in love with tuna on the grill, we basically make in about 10 minutes and that’s including marinating, grilling and serving…HA!
My husband is amazing with the grill, you might think that’s not that hard but it is; you need to know how and when to flip the food, what temperature and most of all how to keep it tender without leaving it raw or burnt. However, he is great at it and seeing as though I like most of my meals grilled, I am truly appreciative that he does the grilling as it gives me a break from doing all the work myself.
Tuna is figure friendly; with very little fat and just 80 calories per 6 ounce steak.
Tuna is an excellent source of protein. It’s full of omega-3’s and contains Vitamin E and K which help prevent heart disease, cancer and blood coagulation. It has essential minerals such as potassium, niacin, selenium, iron and iodine.
You can see why there are so many health benefits associated with tuna. So; consume tuna regularly as part of a healthy diet and reap all of these health benefits.
We like to grill it, but there are many, many ways of prepping it. In this recipe I use only 4 ingredients; be creative and see what you can create or how you want to marinate it. I accompanied it with a light leafy, green salad. Avocado is excellent as well, and I also like asparagus or green beans; so see what you have or like and use it! Enjoy.
2 6 oz. Fresh Tuna steaks
2 tbsp. of Habanero hot sauce (Crystal is great)
2 tbsp. of Sesame seeds
drizzle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Preheat you grill. Get your tuna steaks and evenly spread 1 tbsp of hot sauce on one side of the steaks, grind peppercorns and sprinkle add 1 tbsp of sesame seeds on top; flip steaks over and repeat procedure using the remaining ingredients.
Drizzle the Olive oil and put steaks on the grill cook for about 4 minutes on each side; the steaks should be a little pink in the center*.
Remove from heat and serve. That’s it!
* If you like it cooked thoroughly then leave it on longer.
Quick and easy! I bet grilling really sets off the marinade’s flavors.
It does! Let me know if you try it.
I really like the look of this.
I love seafood, while my husband is usually no more adventurous than battered pollack!
Perhaps this yummy tuna recipe might help to convince him that fish is a lovely alternative to meat!
Let me know what he thinks.
Thanks for sharing this recipe. We are trying to get more fish into our diet. Thanks for stopping by and liking my post.
Great summer dish, so the kitchen stays cool while the Grill Master takes over the duties! My kind of dish.
Can”t wait to try many of your recipes! Love your blog!