Japanese Night

I tend to figure out what I’m making for supper while at the grocery store. Since I still had some curry in my clay pot, I wasn’t really worried about what we were going to eat that night… right up until I saw the sale on ahi tuna. Needless to say, dinner plans were immediately revised. I grabbed the steaks and the incidentals I had originally come to buy, and ran home to revise the menu.

I made a batch of white rice, then I worked out a quick veggie stir fry of edamame beans and red peppers with a toasted sesame flair. G had bought some seaweed salad that was already in the fridge. I pan seared the tuna steaks with salt, pepper, and lemon. The whole thing took me about forty minutes of total time, though probably only 20 minutes of actual actively-in-the-kitchen effort. The rice was independent, the chopping minimal, and I only marinated the steaks for about 20 minutes. Delish.
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Breathe deeply,
Laugh with abandon,
Love wholly,
Eat well.

MiLady Carol

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