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Savory Seafood: Grilled Tuna and Edamame

Savory Seafood: Grilled Tuna and Edamame
Eating clean doesn't have to be boring. This muscle fuel has tons of flavor.

The most common gripe I hear from guys who eat clean is that they feel hungry all the time. It’s not hard to imagine why. If you’re used to eating food with a lot of flavor, the transition to grilled chicken breast and steamed broccoli can be a jarring one. It’s because strong flavors don’t just make a meal more exciting or enjoyable; they also make it more satiating. So while eating clean is great for your health and physique, you’re not doing yourself any favors by eating something bland because oftentimes you’re still going to be hungry at the end of a meal. That’s where this grilled-tuna recipe comes in—the savory mixture of garlic, parsley, and basil will satisfy your taste buds while giving your body everything it needs and nothing it doesn’t. Enjoy!

Calories
616
Protein
63g
Fat
17g
Carbs
49g
Servings: 4
Ingredients: 
4  Tuna steaks, 1" thick (6-7 oz each)
Salt and pepper
1 tbsp  Grapeseed oil
1/2 cup  Tomato, diced
1/4 cup  Edamame, cooked
1 tbsp  Garlic, minced
2 tbsp  Basil, minced
2 tbsp  Capers, drained
1 tbsp  Parsley, mincedd
1 1/4 cups  Dry brown rice (4 cups cooked)
1 cup  Spinach leaves

Instructions:

  1. Season steaks with salt and pepper on both sides. Add oil to grill—or a sauté pan over high heat—and allow oil to heat for two minutes.
  2. Add tuna and cook for 2–3 minutes, turn over, and reduce heat to medium high.
  3. Cook for an additional 2 minutes, then add tomato, edamame, garlic, basil, capers, and parsley.
  4. Cook for another two minutes, remove tuna, and allow to rest while finishing pan sauce.
  5. To finish pan sauce, add rice and spinach, allow to cook for additional 1 minute, toss ingredients with spoon or tongs, then remove from heat.
  6. Once the sauce and rice mixture is finished cooking, portion rice salad and top with tuna and basil.

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