Szechwan Seared Tuna with Soy-Mustard Sauce

Thanks to its high smoke point, grapeseed oil is excellent for frying and enables you to get a good sear on the tuna. Szechwan pepper, a mildly hot spice, comes from the prickly ash tree. The berries resemble black peppercorns but are unrelated to the peppercorn family and contain a tiny seed.
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Review 1 for Szechwan Seared Tuna with Soy-Mustard Sauce
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Karenfar
Oxnard, CA
April 9, 2011
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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So easy! So quick! So Good!
April 9, 2011
This is a really easy and quick recipes with restaurant quality. I didn't do the baby greens. Make sure the oil is hot before searing.
Pros: Quick, Easy, Healthy, Will Make Again
Cons: Cost
Review 2 for Szechwan Seared Tuna with Soy-Mustard Sauce
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victoriav
Burlingame, CA
March 20, 2011
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Easy, fast and delicious
March 20, 2011
This is a great recipe to reach for when you want something delicious, healthy and don't want put forth much effort. My husband and I have made this numerous times and friends rave about it when we share with them.