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    • r.mac
    • By r.mac 27th Jul 05, 3:37 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 3:37 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 3:37 PM
    marinade quickly in a little lemon juice, olive oil and chilli. cook quickly on a griddle pan (about 2-3 mins on each side). serve with egg noodles and stir fry veg.

    Yum
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  • Ted_Hutchinson
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    • 27th Jul 05, 3:38 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 3:38 PM
    From The World's Healthiest foods website


    Salad Entrees

    Fish

    • squeaky
    • By squeaky 27th Jul 05, 3:46 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 3:46 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 3:46 PM
    Great finds Ted I've just done my monthly shop and forgot, yet again, to buy some fresh tuna steak to experiment with.

    If I had a car I'd go get some right now to try that Asian Tuna! It looks seriously yummy!
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  • scuzz
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    • 27th Jul 05, 3:46 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 3:46 PM
    You could have a go at sushi

    Or quick griddle it on both sides and serve with pasta and a pesto sauce
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  • ti1980
    • #6
    • 27th Jul 05, 5:05 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 5:05 PM
    Mmm, yum. I think I will go with the pasta idea this time as I love pasta and pesto but I have to try some of the other ideas too. Think I will get it out of the freezer tomorrow for dinner on Fri evening. Can't wait!

    Thanks again to all.
  • Petal
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    • 27th Jul 05, 5:08 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 5:08 PM
    I sprinkle Cajun over mine and cook it on the griddle - have it with pasta and an arrabiatta type sauce.

    Mmmm....
  • scuzz
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    • 27th Jul 05, 5:31 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 5:31 PM
    Mmm, yum. I think I will go with the pasta idea this time as I love pasta and pesto but I have to try some of the other ideas too. Think I will get it out of the freezer tomorrow for dinner on Fri evening. Can't wait!

    Thanks again to all.
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    • JoBatch80
    • By JoBatch80 27th Jul 05, 5:43 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 5:43 PM
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    • 27th Jul 05, 5:43 PM
    The only time ive had tuna steak is on a barbecue, it was yummy, had a chilli lemon type marinade, and was served on a seaweed sheet and a vegetable wild rice - lovely! I dont know the recipie, but I think it would be easy to make it up.

    Jo xx
  • laurak
    tuna steak
    Hi there,


    I have just found some tuna steaks in the depths of my freezer - the date is AUG 05 - is it still okay to defrost and eat?


    Many Thanks
    • pol
    • By pol 19th Feb 06, 3:28 PM
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    Yes, I'd eat them. If they look a bit dry, drizzle with a little oil. I've eaten stuff older than that, and lived to tell the tale!

    Hope you enjoy them.
    pol
  • goldentouch
    We had older ones a couple of days again. They're really nice grilled with wholegrain mustard on them
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    • comping cat
    • By comping cat 19th Feb 06, 3:34 PM
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    If it looks and smells ok when they are defrosted, you should have no probs at all!!!!
    • Mado
    • By Mado 19th Feb 06, 3:40 PM
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    In the depth of the freezer... very cold then no doubt!
    Should be fine!!!!
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  • MrsM
    D'yu think Laura's eaten the tuna yet - d'yu think she's OK, she hasn't posted here for a while!! Has she eaten it yet - is it defrosted??

    LAURA!! are you ok??

    Quick - call a paramedic!

    all kiddin apart Laura - I'd eat them. Seems to me the worst thing that can happen to food in the freezer is it get's burnt or drys out, sometimes the flavour is a bit gone - but nothings killed me yet. Flavour is enhanced on some thing's so I'm told.
    • Yoga Girl
    • By Yoga Girl 19th Feb 06, 6:52 PM
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    I'd give them a go. If you don't think they're going to taste as fresh you can cover them with oil/herbs etc. A favorite of ours is a sophie grigson recipe called "black-burnt fish steaks", you make up a thick paste and coat fish steaks with it before frying in a pan or griddle until it looks blackened.The ingredients she uses are:

    paprika, salt, chilli powder, pepper, thyme, oregano, chopped onion, chopped garlic.

    Grind or pound them together til they resemble a thick paste and coat both sides of the fish with it. This is a good recipe if you like things a bit spicy!


  • Graham_S
    Fresh Tuna (merged)
    Hello,
    I was in Morrisons this morning and i bought a tuna steak - it was reduced to 99p I have never actually cooked tuna so does anyone have any suggestions as to the best way to cook it .

    Thanks

    Graham
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  • wigginsmum
    We've grilled and baked ours in the past, but the best result was from frying in a little butter - very moist and tender.
  • Noozan
    I love tuna steaks!

    1 tbsp water, 1 tbsp soy sauce, 1 tsp sugar, 1 tsp oil, 1 tsp vinegar, 1/2 tsp grated ginger, 1 clove crushed garlic. Mix everything together and rub over tuna steak. Leave to marinate for at least 20 mins. Heat griddle (or grill) to very hot. I cook them for about 3 mins each side so that it's still slightly pink the middle, but it depends on how thick your steak is.
    I have the mind of a criminal genius. I keep it in the freezer next to Mother....
  • Graham_S
    thanks for that wigginsmum - every time i've seen tuna cooked on telly it has always been done so its raw in the middle - i'm not really a fan of raw fish so i will give frying a go - until it is cooked all the way through

    Cheers

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