10 minute Fresh Lemon Pepper Tuna Steaks ...
Try this dish for an interesting take on basic flavors.
- Combine lemon juice, salt, black pepper, garlic powder and rub into tuna steaks. Then take the olive oil and base the bottom of the baking pan. Now take the one slice of butter and rub it over all the ingredients on both sides of the tuna steak. Once you are done with the rub place 2 pieces of thyme on the bottom of the oiled areas of the baking pan than place the tuna steaks underneath the oil and thyme sticks. Now place the remaining thyme sticks on top of the individual steaks. Place the steaks into the oven and let bake for about 10 minutes. After 10 minutes cut one of the steaks in the center the center should be completely white.
- This dish should to be served with brown rice, stemmed or uncooked vegetables and bowl of fruit for dessert. Another great way to make this meal work would be to use this universally tasty tuna steak in a salad or create a wrap in place of chicken or heavy meats. Most diets these days are asking for a day in which fresh tuna is served which makes it a lucky thing that tuna steaks are so easy to cook and require very little from the person preparing them in the kitchen. We are now living in the era where people are more concerned with living a healthy lifestyle now more than ever but most people often say that not having enough time to prepare a decent meal is their excuse. Save this recipe for when you are on the good and are in need of a healthy dish. Cut the cost of buying tuna at expensive rates by using frozen packages of tuna that are still much healthier than can good. Though there are several diverse ways to serve tuna this is a simple easy recipe any beginner could start off d
|Serving size: 1 per person|
|% Daily Value *|
|Carbohydrates 21 g||7%|
|Protein 41 g||82%|
|Cholesterol 65 mg||22%|
|* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.|