Paleo / Primal / Bacon / CleanEats Lifestyle
This is probably one of the quickest meals I have whipped up in a long time. Not only was it the quickest but one of my favorites. I have been trying to eat more seafood lately. Not that I am sick of anything else, I live on an island why wouldn’t I eat the freshest food available to me? So I went over to Anthony’s Seafood in Middletown,RI which is owned by a friend of mine. They honestly have the freshest seafood around, not only do they sell wholesale but they have an amazing restaurant that was featured on the Food Network.
I picked up a half-pound of fresh Yellowfin tuna which is also known as Ahi tuna. According to my research on the Wikipedia, it is also called Ahi because that is a name given to the fish by Hawaiians. To go along with the fish I picked up some baby bok-choy. I coated the fish in white and black sesame seeds and salt. Very easy and light on the seasoning to let the fish take center stage.
Directions for tuna:
Directions for Baby Bok Choy: