As you all know, the Hunting Chef is on a diet and exercising. I entered a cleanse regiment about 4 days ago, this means NO salt, sugar, processed fats (butter, mayo, etc.) caffeine, or any booze, carbs, or milk products.
Lets review what I love the most about living.
So after eating bland food for four days I decided to do something about it. This one has a lot of flavor and is incredible considering it is healthy.
Basically I just cut 1/4 medallions. Then I take the best fake ingredients that I could find that sort of taste like salt.
I spray and dash the spicy pepper on one side, then repeat the same with the lemon pepper. I am just trying to make some flavor. It is hard to season with out salt….trust me. But the biggest trick is right here.
Take your sliced garlic, add a little real olive oil, and cook on high heat until brown then remove. Add the Tuna to the same pan.
Remove the Tuna and plate.
You should already have cut avocado and tomato and now your carmelized garlic, because it goes pretty quick.
Add a squirt of Wasabi to the Tuna medallions.
Then you want to take the major flavor factor, and put layer the medallion.
At this point you could add a little low sodium soy sauce. Just a drop on each piece. This is an option.
Layer the tomato and the avocado and serve.
This is a refreshing light dish, that packs a punch of flavor. Do not worry folks, I will get back to blogging about the good stuff soon enough.
I am burning that dish up and already hungry.
The Dieting Hunting Chef.
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