Claire Corlett

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Pan-Seared Tuna Steaks with Spanish Olives & Herbs

Pan-Seared Tuna Steaks with Spanish Olives & Herbs


today I’m gonna show you how to make an exquisite Spanish dish that´s low carb, it´s gluten-free, it´s healthy yet when you´re eating it, it feels like comfort food seared tuna steaks with Spanish olives now this is the perfect dish for lunch or dinner any day of the week it´s very easy to make it has an incredible flavor and it´s done in under 30 minutes now the tuna I´m gonna be using for this recipe is yellow fin tuna I bought mine frozen just because it´s a lot cheaper it´s been thawed out now I´m gonna gently pat them down with some paper towels drizzle the steaks with some extra virgin Spanish olive oil and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and rub it all over the steaks and then season them with sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper on both sides now before we start cutting our ingredients make sure your knife is nice and sharpened it just makes it a lot easier and it´s much safer then you wanna thinly slices 3 cloves of garlic finely dice 1 small onion and grab about 1/2 a cup of pimento stuffed Spanish olives and using a chefs knife just gently push down on them to crack them open ok now we can start cooking our dish I´m gonna be using a medium sized non-stick frying pan I´m gonna heat this with a medium-high heat and add 2 tablespoons of extra virgin Spanish olive oil 2 minutes after adding the oil add the tuna steaks into the pan now the thickness of these fillets are 1/2 an inch so I´m gonna sear them for 2 minutes per side after a total cooking time of 4 minutes I´m gonna remove the tuna steaks from the pan and set them aside now using the same pan with the same heat I´m gonna add the slices of garlic and the diced onions and mix them around with the oil make sure you scrape everything that was left over from the tuna about a minute or so after adding the garlic and onions I´m gonna season with sea salt freshly cracked black pepper and 1/2 a teaspoon of dried thyme and give it a quick mix then you want to add 1/2 a cup of white wine and a sprig of fresh rosemary about 2 minutes after adding the wine and it has reduced in half I´m gonna add the tuna steaks back into the pan along with the 1/2 cup of Spanish olives and lower the fire to a LOW heat and I´m gonna simmer this between 4 to 5 minutes ok guys our dish is done I´m gonna be serving this directly from the pan that way I don´t have any extra dishes I´m gonna cut a couple slices of lemon place them on top of the tuna and garnish it with some freshly chopped parsley ok now I´m gonna get in there and give this a try and look how beautiful this came out ok here I go…Salud! such an incredible texture to the tuna I´m telling you it´s perfectly seared it´s not chewy at all it´s not over cooked and then all the flavors between the herbs the olives, the garlic, the onions it´s just truly incredible you guys saw it this is very very easy to make this is perfect for lunch or dinner any day of the week if you enjoyed today´s video on making this recipe please hit that like button leave me a comment below and don´t forget to subscribe until the next time…Hasta Luego!!!

86 comments on “Pan-Seared Tuna Steaks with Spanish Olives & Herbs

  1. This looks amazingly delicious!Thanks for sharing.Thumbs up!!!Have a great day!! 🙋 👍 😀

  2. love this channel so nice , the food is 5 star love it ,, all the best friend ,, take care ,, will try your food at home ,,, love it

  3. there's that "pan flip" again LOL. Wouldn't Capers be a nice addition? I like the variety that you do in your videos. You give me some great ideas for dinner rather than your standard chicken or whatever. love the easy videos!! Thank you!!

  4. Замечательный видеорецепт!С удовольствием посмотрел!Спасибо за рецепт!Thank you very much, dear friend!

  5. Thanks Alfie for your awesome support we got you always your our Youtube family always love fish could just eat your recipe now we are coming to your place top man top chef was the recipe ok Alfie likeee as always full view just awesome Alfie

  6. I don't know why I'm not getting your notifications:( My favourite cook! I've tried so many recipes and they are always so good! This one looks amazing too!! 🙂

  7. Hello friend delicious and yum nice presentation thanks for sharing big like

  8. Hello. Yummy !! This could be something I could my hubby to eat too because I love olives. Another super quick tasty dish. Thanks 💗👍

  9. Albert, that is a beautiful dish. I love fish cook almost any way. This is super simple and packed with flavor👍🏼💪🏼🇺🇸

  10. This looks just amazing and tasty! Yummy FRESH Tuna I didn't try it before!

  11. Wow…. those tuna steaks look perfect to me ! And I'm so glad you used olives. They are my favourites. I would use black olives because I like those a little bit more than green ones in dishes ; Thumbs up and … FULL VIEW ! A always I shared it on Google+, Twitter and Pinterest. Feel free to watch my new (or old) uploads, if you haven't already done so. Thanks !
    I didn't skip the ads to give you my full support !!!

  12. I love tuna!! you cooked it to perfection, it isn't overcooked, it's tender and moist. Great dish as always: quick, healthy and super tasty. The spanish green olives are the icing on the cake 😀

  13. You have a small kitchen but doing the magic by the easiest and most comprehensible way… Especially for beginners and everyone

  14. Just perfect i love tuna and olives so it will be perfect for me 😍thank you once again for this amazing dish 👍👍👍

  15. He comprado atún y no sabía cómo prepararlo, me encanto esta receta y seguro que la intentare. Rápida de preparar y super deliciosa, se ven tan llenos de sabor con los olivos y el romero y tomillo.. Riquisimos. Que tengas un dia maravilloso.

  16. Looks amazing! Wish tuna steaks weren't so pricey or I'd be making this several times per week!

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