Top-ranked recipe named "Asian Tuna Steaks"
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"My husband and I have made this a bunch in the past few years and always enjoy it! Now that we have triplets... we don't get to make it as often as we would like anymore :( Our little trio enjoys it as much as we do when we do get arround to making it though! Glad to see it posted on BO!!"
In a stainless steel bowl or plastic resealable bag, combine first 6 ingredients. Add the tuna and let marinate for 20 minutes. Broil or grill the tuna 6 inches from the heat source for 4-5 minutes per side. Cook until done as desired (some people prefer their tuna more rare than others do). Per serving: calories 221, fat 10.7g, 45% calories from fat, cholesterol 43mg, protein 27.3g, carbohydrates 2.4g, fiber 0.2g, sodium 354mg. Exchanges: 3 Lean Meat Exchange. The recommended wines are: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, or Riesling. Source: webmaster@MealsForYou.com Copyright ? 1996-1998 Meals For You. MC Formatted & MC Busted by Barb at Possum Kingdom NOTES : Prep: 5 min, Marinate: 20 min, Cook: 10 min. Recipe by: American Diabetes Associations Diabetic Meals in 30 Minute Posted to MC-Recipe Digest by "firstname.lastname@example.org"
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jose.riverabn 3 years agoGreat way to enjoy a healthy meal
jezica1 4 years agoThis was simple, delicious, and quick. I stir fried some vegetables and made some raven noodles to accompany it. Our family of 5 was very pleased, even the kids.
tripletmama 4 years agoMy husband and I have made this a bunch in the past few years and always enjoy it! Now that we have triplets... we don't get to make it as often as we would like anymore :( Our little trio enjoys it as much as we do when we do get arround to making it though! Glad to see it posted on BO!!
Melonsugar 5 years agoI served tuna over an Asian salad. I recommend reserving some of the marinade (strained) to drizzle over tuna and greens. The broiler method was easy, although I recommend 4 minutes per side. I did 5 and felt it was a bit too done. A very enjoyable meal.
promfh 8 years agoBe vary careful not to overcook the tuna. It should still be pink inside.
CucinaMaule 9 years agoGood Tuna can be pricey but this was easy and delicious