Seared Tuna with Miso Udon noodles

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  1. Trlsmn

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    Now that really looks good...............Loves me ahi !!
     
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    Ditto on the Tuna. Great looking. What did you put on the Ahi, and how did you cook the noodles? Looks very tasty.
     
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    Very easy and quick to make, I buy the Tuna steaks at Costco frozen, just throw some sesame seeds on a plate and some spices of your choice, I used Montreal seasoning. Press each side of the Tuna into the sesame seeds and fry in olive oil on med high for 2 mins per side.

    The noodles I boiled for 10 mins then drained out all but 2 cups of water and then added instant Miso and a cup of shredded cabbage and cooked till the cabbage was soft which was just a few minutes.
     
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    i clicked on this to say something about how i am finally NOT made hungry by a food post of yours, since i hate tuna.... but i've never seen a tuna fillet before, and that actually looks good... (tummy rumble)
     
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    Tuna steak tastes surprisingly like beef it's not fishy at all.
     
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    Mmmmmmmm. So hungry now.
     

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