Tuna is a warm water fatty fish. It is available through out the year either in fresh or canned form. Tuna is rich with good quality protein, omega 3 fatty acid, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, potassium, protein, copper, vitamin B1, B2, B3, B6, C etc. Being low in fat and calories tuna is a good substitute for dairy products and meat. Here is a tuna recipes that helps you to enjoy while adding nutrients to your body.
Sesame Tuna with Soy Miso Dressing
Sesame seeds – Â¾ cup
Seasoning salt – half teaspoon
Grounded white pepper – one teaspoon
Powdered onion – one teaspoon
Wasabi powder – one tablespoon
Coarse kosher salt – one teaspoon
All purpose flour – one cup
Eggs – two
Milk – three ounce
Tuna steaks of Â¾ inch thickness – two
Vegetable oil – two tablespoon
Miso soup mix – one packet
Soy sauce – one tablespoon
Take a small bowl and to this add half cup of sesame seeds, white pepper ground, seasoning salt, powdered onion, kosher salt, wasabi powder and all purpose flour. Mix the entire mixture and keep aside. Take another bowl and to this add two beaten eggs and three ounce of milk and whisk them well. Now dip the tuna steaks in this egg mixture first and then in the flour mixture. Allow the tuna steaks to get well coated with flour mixture.
Take a large and heavy skillet and keep it over medium to high flame. Add two tablespoon vegetable oil to the skillet and heat it. Fry the coated tuna steaks in this oil for 2 minutes on each side and remove it from the heat so that the inside of tuna steaks still remains red.
Soy Miso Dressing
Get a small bowl and to this add one packet of miso soup and one tablespoon of soy sauce. Mix them well and heat in a microwave or in a small pan. Now drizzle this dressing over the tuna steaks and serve.