Servings:6 | Calories:1706 | Total Fat:109g | Chol:150mg | More
Nutritional facts are per serving and accuracy is not certain.
Total Fat 109g
Sat Fat 16g
Total Carb 103g
34% Others combined
25% Olive oil
17% Coriander seeds
Percentages based on 2000 calories diet. Data may be incomplete or calculations inaccurate - Learn more.
150 g of carrots , new season 100 ml of olive oil 1 small onion , finely sliced 1 small red onion, finely sliced 3 garlic cloves , finely sliced 150 ml of white wine 2 tbsp of white wine vinegar 30 coriander seeds , roasted in a dry frying pan and then crushed 1 pinch of saffron strands 300 ml of olive oil 1/2 lemon , juiced 300 ml of mineral water 200 g of maldon salt 200 g of caster sugar 3 black peppercorns , crushed 3 coriander seeds , crushed 10 coriander leaves 1 lemon , juiced and zest finely grated 4 Place the tuna pieces into the marinade and leave for 11 / 2 hours. Remove from the marinade and rinse under cold water, then pat dry with kitchen paper. Wrap each piece of tuna tightly in cling film to form a sausage shape and chill for a further 1 hour 2 yellowfin tuna , loin, ideally roughly 15cm long and 4.5cm wide 5 Heat a non-stick frying pan until very hot and add the olive oil, then unwrap the tuna, season with salt and pepper and add it to the hot pan. Sear the tuna all over – this should only take about 20 seconds on each side, rolling it constantly in the pan 1 tbsp of olive oil 6 Once seared transfer the tuna to kitchen paper to drain. Spread the outside of the tuna with the Dijon mustard to give a thin coating and then roll it in the chopped herbs. Wrap each piece tightly in cling film again to form a sausage and tie with string at both ends. Place in the fridge for at least 3 hours to firm up
Directions : View recipe directions on greatbritishchefs.com