Quick and Easy Blackened Tuna Recipe
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So go ahead, prepare
the seasoning and then return back here to prepare the best tasting
restaurant quality blackened tuna you'll ever eat. Are you looking for a little variety? If so, the recipe you're about to see is a fantastic way to prepare tuna steaks.
The welcomed addition of the blackened seasonings when added to the tuna results in a mouthful of flavor and juicy fish, cooked to perfection.
Blackened Tuna Recipe
- 2 Tuna Steaks, 4 to 6 ounces each, 3/4 to 1 inch thick
- 1 stick melted butter
- Blackened seasoning Get Recipe
- First start with a little prep work. Prepare blackened seasoning and set aside. Next heat your cast iron skillet over high heat for about
10 minutes until very hot. The bottom of skillet will be ashy white when ready.
- Rinse your tuna steaks and pat them dry with paper towels. Dip one tuna steak at a time in the melted butter ensuring both sides of fish are covered with butter. Remove from butter without sitting fish down and sprinkle fish on both sides generously with seasoning, patting by hand. Repeat this step for the second
piece of tuna.
- Place fish in cast iron skillet and cook for 4 to 6 minutes, turning over once halfway through cooking. Pour 1 teaspoon of melted butter over
the top of the fillets initially and another on top of the fillets when you turn it over at the halfway point.
Special Notes: If you decide to blacken more than two tuna steaks, be sure to wipe your cast iron skillet (caution its very hot) clean
before coooking. Also, be sure your stove ventilation fan is working and in proper order, since blackening tends to create plenty of smoke.
This recipe provided courtesy of https://www.soulfoodandsoutherncooking.com/
Other fish such pompano red snapper, salmon steaks or tilefish can be
used as substitute for tuna in this recipe. Enjoy this blackened tuna