Tuna Steak Dinner Recipe

tuna steak dinner from Pro Trainer

If you're looking for a healthy and tasty meal to try out this week then look no further than this tuna steak dinner recipe. 

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This healthy dish comes courtesy of Pro Trainer who is a personal trainer based here in London. For those of you with a more health conscious mind then this quick and easy tune steak dinner will be right up your street.

Here at Idle HQ we have decided to give you something a little different. Other than Bonfire Night, the 5th of November is host to something else, Men Make Dinner Day. This day is purely dedicated to men making the dinner for their friends or partners, so it's time to put your apron on, cook up a storm in the kitchen and get your creative hats on because you'll want to cook to impress!

Men Make Dinner Day was started by Sandy Sharkey and she's been pushing men off of the sofa and into the kitchen to their partners' cries of joy. So lads, put down the beer and the remote and pick up a whisk, you never know, you may even like it!

We have teamed up with some of the best restaurants, food bloggers and chefs to create a fantastic e-Book filled with amazing recipes from mac and cheese to haute cuisine - so whether you're feeling fancy or like to keep it simple then there is a recipe in this book for you.

Check out the latest from Pro Trainer by following him on Twitter and check out the rest of our Men Make Dinner Day Recipes here.

Quick and Easy Tuna Steak Dinner

For a healthier option this tuna steak dinner will be a winner with some of you. A world away from the copious amounts of cheese in some of the recipes (you’ll see no judgement here), this dish makes for a nice change.

INGREDIENTS

  • Tuna Steaks (one per person)
  • Eggs (Approximately 2 per person)
  • Spinach
  • Broccoli
  • Green Beans
  • Spring Onions
  • Sesame Seeds
  • Soya Sauce

METHOD

Boil eggs for 12 minutes (you’ll want at most 4). Once cooked, let them cool by replacing boiled water with cold water. Then boil Broccoli & Green Beans for 8 – 10 minutes.

You’ll want to wilt the spinach for around 5 minutes, which means so it’s slightly limp through the cooking, and cook the tuna steaks in a little olive oil. Times will vary depending on how well you like it cooked, for steaks a little rarer in the middle a few minutes either side will be just fine.

Chop the spring onions as thick or as thin as you’d like. Make a bed with the broccoli & green beans, then place the remainder of the contents on. Finally, sprinkle with sesame seeds & a small amount of soy sauce and you’re good to go.

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