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Cooking time: 40 minutes for menu Cooking schedule: see below for instructions
If you like rare ahi get the best tuna you can find (and afford). But the sauce makes even the lesser tunas taste delicious. Sunchokes are the same as Jerusalem artichokes.
Total time: 40 minutes
Cheese and eggs can be combined in so many ways.... These are not as light as a soufflé but lighter than a frittata.
Total time: 15 minutes
This is best with good sushi-grade tuna that is quickly seared on both sides and cool or just barely warm in the center. If you get regular tuna you will need to cook it until it is closer to medium - well. Ask your fish monger (I love that word)... or the guy behind the counter.
Total time: 20 minutes
Sautéed onions and mushrooms perk up fragrant Basmati rice for a lovely side dish. Make with vegetable stock or water for a vegetarian version.
Total time: 30 minutes
Another easy way to fix this versatile vegetable.
Note: Sunchokes tend to discolor - if not cooking immediately, put in a bowl and coat with the olive oil.
Cooking Schedule: 40 minutes
Sauté garlic, fennel seeds for tuna