By Esther Yang
3 ingredients – 5-minute dinner from the laziest chef.
1. Boil the brussel sprouts (3 mins or less), drained. You can eat it as is or pan-fried it with butter or Olive oil with a touch of salt or add black pepper. I only use water to boil the brussel sprouts. Simple is good 🙂
2. Pan-Sear the tuna with sesame oil while the Brussels sprouts are cooking. (2 mins on each side). Try not to panic by constantly flipping the tuna. Stay calm. Flip the tuna once – you want it cooked on the outside and rare in the middle. Cook it longer, if you want your tuna more well done. But I like my tuna rare.
Add black and white sesame + salt before serving. You can marinate the tuna first with salt and pepper. The possibilities are endless. I did not marinade it, because I am lazy. I like instant gratification. I like tasty, fast, delicious, healthy gourmet food. No preservatives, additives, fillers or garbage.
You can make your sauce with sesame oil, a touch of fresh ginger, and Dr. Bragg’s liquid amino liquids. Dr. Bragg taste like soy sauce or use what you got in the kitchen.
Allergic to sesame? Use Olive oil or butter. We cannot be good all the time. At least, not me, the laid-back chef…
No Tuna? Use Flounder, Salmon, Catfish, or Lobster tail. Yup – Lobster. Yum!!! Hate fish? Use beef or Chicken. Vegan or Vegetarian? Use Tempeh, cauliflower or asparagus. There it is folks, everybody is happy. Peace, darling!!!
Stay safe and healthy. Be smart. Happy cooking. Happy everything. Be fearless and kind. Happy YOU = Happy World.
Remember that Karma is like a boomerang, it will come back to you bad or good. Love to you all ❤❤❤ #happy #tunasteak #sesame
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