Tasty Pan Seared Tuna Steaks with Rosemary Garlic Sauce a fast, easy delicious way to serve Tuna. Tuna is such a readily available fish, you can always find various types and different grades in your market’s fish section. Here is a recipe that is quick, easy and really packed full of flavor. One of the things I love about tuna is that it is a sturdy fish which stands up to bold preparations. This recipe is bold, with lots of garlic, rosemary, white wine and lemon. To start, lightly brown lots of crushed garlic with finely chopped rosemary,
then add the tuna, sear on both sides. Once the tuna is golden, remove it from the pan, deglaze with dry white wine add some lemon and reduce the sauce. When the sauce is reduced, add the fish back in the pan. Turn the tuna steaks as you reheat them. Cook to your favorite temperature. It is that easy A recipe great for entertaining , one that can be prepared in advance. This tuna dish can also be easily served at room temperature. Be creative, cube and cook your tuna then thread bite size pieces onto a skewer for a great appetizer. Tasty Pan Seared Tuna Steaks with Rosemary Garlic Sauce, Let’s Cook!
Tasty Pan Seared Tuna Steaks with Rosemary Garlic Sauce
Tasty Pan Seared Tuna Steaks with Rosemary Garlic Sauce, a fast, easy way to prepare tuna with bold and delicious flavor.
- 4 Tuna steaks, fresh
- 3 tables Extra virgin olive oil
- 3 large Garlic cloves, crushed
- handful Fresh rosemary, leaves only, chopped
- Sea salt and Fresh ground black pepper
- 3/4 cup Dry white wine
- 1/2 Lemon, juiced
Salt and Pepper the tuna
In a frying skillet large enough to hold the 4 tuna steaks, add the olive oil, garlic and rosemary. On a lively flame, sauté until the garlic turns golden. Spread the mixture evenly on the bottom of the pan, place the tuna steaks on top of the garlic, rosemary oil. Sear on both sides until the tuna is golden brown on both sides.
Once the tuna is golden, remove from the pan
Carefully add wine, then the fresh lemon juice. On a lively flame scrape the brown bits with a spatula from the bottom of the pan, mixing with the wine and the lemon juice. Cook until the juice reduces about 2-3 minutes.
Re add the tuna, turning it so the pan juices adhere to the tuna steaks. Continue cooking the tuna until it reaches your desired temperature. Re adjust salt and pepper. Serve either hot or at room temperature.
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