Grilled Garlic Butter Tuna

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Grilled Tuna- the pink-red center is desired 




We try to eat fish at least one time a week.


Last week we had tuna that I grilled on my indoor grill.
Grilling tuna is not hard to do. You just need to know that the when the inside of the tuna fillet is a pink to red color and the outside is a pasty-tan color, the tuna could be done. Think 'raw' kind of like sushi.


Grilled Garlic Butter Tuna


Here is what I did to make that grilled tuna so good.



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Grilled Tuna with Garlic Butter
Grilling tuna is not hard to do. You just need to know that the when the inside of the tuna fillet is a pink to red color and the outside is a pasty-tan color, the tuna could be done. Think 'raw' kind of like sushi.
Ingredients
  • 4 Fillets 7-9 ounce each Tuna fillets
  • 1/2 stick softened Butter
  • 2 large or 3 medium Garlic cloves chopped, pressed or minced
  • enough to treat grill for nonstick Olive oil or nonstick
  • as desired Optional Seasonings such as salt, pepper, oregano etc.
Instructions
Place your softened butter into a large zip top bag and add your garlic.Close the bag and 'mush' the ingredient togetherRe-open the bag and add your tuna.Close the bag again and move the tuna around in the bag to ensure that it is covered by the butter. If additional butter is needed, be sure that it has be softened first before adding it to the bag.You may also add your optional seasonings to the bag but, do this when you add the butter to ensure that it all mixes.Allow this bag with the tuna and other ingredients to marinate in the refrigerator for at least one hour. Brush your nonstick onto the grill and then preheat to medium-highGrill each side of the tuna for 3-4 minutes or until you reach your preferred doneness.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 4 Fillets
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2 comments:

  1. I'm turned off by the pink insides, lol. I've never tried cooking tuna because of that. I guess you could cook it thoroughly, but would that overcook the outside? (As you can guess, I'm not a sushi fan. I just don't like the texture of raw fish.)

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  2. Even though I'm not a fan of tuna, I do love fish, especially catfish. If you ever get a chance to try spoonbill catfish, you'll love it! It's so flaky & cooks up easily. I'm wondering if you have a good catfish recipe?

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