tuna medallion

Tuna medallion in cheese sauce and fine herbs

This really is an easy lunch to prepare and with a lot of “kick” on your palate.

Varying the recipes and including different sources of vitamins and minerals is the best thing you can do to keep your health balanced. And this recipe is no exception.

Delicious tuna medallions are a light alternative to a dish full of omega-3 fatty acids that help keep cholesterol levels under control.

A delicious and healthy contour of arugula salad with spinach provides nitrates and fiber.

Together they make a combination that not only has great nutritional value, but an exquisite blend of flavors that stimulate your entire palate and light on your digestion.

Here's the recipe


4 tuna medallions

1 teaspoon of pepper

1 teaspoon fine herbs

1 tooth it

½ cup of milk kamut

½ cup whipping cream

½ camembert cheese

¼ onion

¼ stick of butter

¼ cup of capers

Rosemary fresh

Celtic salt

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For the cheese sauce.

Cut the onion and the garlic, removing the green streak from the garlic; all finely and fry in a pan with the butter over low heat for 3 minutes until the onion is well browned.

Add the kamut milk and whipping cream and stir slowly as the mixture thickens.

Continue adding the cheese, capers and spices; continue stirring for 5 minutes until thick.

Having completely thawed the tuna previously, season with celtic salt and pepper on both sides. Place the medallions over medium heat and begin cooking in a pan, barely sealing the tuna side and side for no more than 8 minutes. Make sure you are not constantly turning the tuna but at least a couple of times to ensure a perfect seal.

Once the sauce thickens, and the tuna is sealed, proceed to serve it on a plate after generously coating the tuna with the sauce.

You can accompany this delicious dish with a salad of spinach, rocket and cherry tomatoes with a vinaigrette and sesame seeds.

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