Grilled Tuna with Black-Eyed Pea Salad
Try this Grilled Tuna with Black-Eyed Pea Salad recipe, or contribute your own. "Wine" and "Tuna" are two of the tags cooks chose for Grilled Tuna with Black-Eyed Pea Salad."Forgot the rating. I'd give it 4 stars. Side salad was great; Ahi is always delicious. (Definitely grill it less than five minutes, though. I tried five minutes on each side and it was overcooked.)" - stevemur
Yield: 4 Ready in 45 minutes
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|=== FOR TUNA ===|
|1 1/2 poundstuna; 1"-thick, Sushi-quality|
|=== FOR SALAD ===|
|2 tablespoonExtra-Virgin Olive Oil|
|1/2 cupgreen bell pepper; Diced|
|1/3 cupfresh Italian parsley; Chopped|
|2 Celery ribs; diced|
|1/2 cuptomatoes; Diced|
|1/2 cupred onion; Diced|
|salt and pepper; to taste|
|2 cupsBlack-eyed peas; canned are just fine; cooked, drained|
|2 tablespoonRed-wine vinegar|
Grilled Tuna with Black-Eyed Pea Salad Preparation
Preparation for the Tuna: Sprinkle with salt and pepper on a plate.
Rub tuna steaks with olive oil, and coat with salt and pepper. Grill very hot for approximately 3-5 minutes on each side.
Preparation for the Salad: Combine all of the ingredients, and toss mixture. For best results, refrigerate the salad for a couple of hours prior to serving. To serve: Slice the tuna steaks thin, and fan them out on a plate next to the salad.
This dish can also be served over white rice. Recipe Source: Home & Garden TV -- All In Good Taste Formatted for MasterCook by Nancy Berry - cwbj78a~~at;prodigy.com
I found that five minutes on a hot grill is way too long, especially for high-quality sashimi-grade tuna. Try 3 minutes.
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