Tuna steak might be a bit expensive, but it’s a real treat and it’s featured here in a simple Paleo recipe with avocado and a simple cilantro and ginger marinade. I only ever purchase my fish and meat fresh from the local fishmonger or butcher and this always adds to the cost. A classic way to add flavor to seared tuna stakes with a spice-heavy crust. This would be a perfect recipe to serve with a light leafy salad, like this green salad with clementine dressing. The sesame oil and grated ginger give these tuna steaks the tell-tale Asian flavor. The flavor of this recipe pairs nicely with grilled vegetables.
Cooked just right, my paleo pan seared tuna steak offers a double whammy of tender flakiness and firm meatiness with a taste that is just out of this world. I don’t eat a lot of fish, and after eating more than my fair share of canned tuna during my student days, I definitely didn’t have very high expectations before trying out this recipe. Mexican Tuna Steak, Sweet Red Peppers & Avocado Salsa. Paleo Tuna Salad on Lettuce – www. Paleo Grilled Salmon.
Tuna is a fantastic choice for the grill. It’s a meaty, oily fish that stays together well, as long as you don’t overcook it. It’s versatile. And it’s satisfying in a way that some lighter fish jus. Ahi Tuna is my favorite fish, mostly because it hardly tastes like fish! Ahi Tuna Salad: A seared ahi (yellowfin) tuna steak is perfectly paired with an arugula salad and a dollop of creamy yogurt (if you’re not lactose intolerant).