Seared Tuna With Soy & Chili Oil

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I’ve been trying to eat as much fish as I can because Omega-3 is King!

Did you know?

Omega-3 oils are a type of polyunsaturated fat. Polyunsaturated fats are healthier because they help to reduce your risk of heart disease. Omega-3 oils can come from marine, animal and plant sources. You should try to include omega-3 oils from all of these sources as part of a healthy eating pattern.

Where to find Marine-sourced Omega-3
Marine-based omega-3 is found primarily in oily fish. Other fish, such as barramundi and flathead, and seafood, such as scallops and mussels, are also good sources of marine-based omega-3.

I wish I like eating tuna sashimi but I find it too raw for my liking. I do love seared tuna sahimi though.

This recipe rules my diet now:

Seared Tuna With Soy & Chili Oil


Olive oil
Light soy or Bragg’s Liquid Amino
Chili oil

Step 1: You will need a very hot pan/grill. Once you have enough heat you want to sear the tuna on each side for approximately 90 seconds.

To make the dressing: Whisk together olive oil and light soy (I use Bragg’s Liquid Aminos)

Drizzle chili oil on top of the seared tuna

Food porn

I love the crrispy top of the tuna and the soft juicy raw tuna inside!

I swear, I can eat this everyday! So good and healthy too!

Shoppingero/shoppingera, try it and let me know how you like it!

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