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Sauteed Tuna Steaks or Fillets


• 2 to 3 Tbsp. Olive Oil
• 1 Tbsp. butter
• Course ground black pepper
• Salt or Nature’s Seasoning
• Garlic Powder

Heat olive oil and butter in heavy skillet. Rinse tuna well and place on plate. Sprinkle each piece with Nature’s Seasoning and garlic powder. Heavily coat with course ground pepper. Rub into each piece. Turn and repeat on other side. Place tuna in hot olive oil/butter and cook just until lightly brown, turn and cook other side until lightly brown. DON’T OVER COOK – THIS ONLY TAKES A FEW MINUTES DEPENDING ON THICKNESS OF TUNA. Read the next recipe for an awesome change of pace for breakfast!
BREAKFAST TUNA!!

Repeat procedure for cooking SAUTEED TUNA STEAKS OR FILLETS on previous page. Use tuna that is not too thick. You can easily slice a thick fillet right down the middle.

Slice a bagel in half and toast in toaster or under broiler. Spread each half with cream cheese. Place one or two thin sautéed tuna fillets on each bagel half. Top with very thin sliced sweet or Bermuda onion and thinly sliced tomato. Sprinkle with course ground black pepper.

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