Grilled Tuna Steak Recipe | How to Cook Tuna Steak

This AWESOME Grilled Tuna Steak Recipe is cooked using a fish basket and grilled on charcoal. This lean Tuna steak is an healthy dish to make for your family and friends. What’s your favorite fish recipe?
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GRILLED TUNA STEAK FILLETS
Delicate and light, this Grilled Tuna Steak recipe is not only healthy it is coated with a flavoursome tomato and capsicum sauce. In this episode, BBQ Aroma introduces the fish wire basket which makes grilling fish on charcoal simple and fast.
INGREDIENTS:
3 tuna steak fillets
1 clove garlic (chopped finely)
1 chopped carrot
1 small red capsicum (cut into strips)
A handful of pitted black olives
A few celery branches chopped into cubes
A generous bunch of celery leaves
1 can of finely chopped tomatoes
Salt & Pepper
Dried mixed herbs
Chilli (as much or as little as desired)
Extra virgin olive oil

UTENSILS:
Charcoal BBQ
Fish wire basket/Basket wire grill
Wooden spoon
Knife
Saucepan

METHOD:
1. Place your pan on the stove at a high heat and add water and capsicum strips
2. Let this cook for 10 minutes until the capsicum becomes soft
3. Chop up the celery leaves – these are a GREAT replacement for parsley and will have a beautiful aroma when cooking
4. After 10 minutes, get rid of the water from the pan (leaving just a tiny amount), put the saucepan back on
5. heat and add around 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil, garlic, celery and carrotsStir this together well using a wooden spoon
6. After 2 minutes, add the pitted black olives and celery leaves, stirring well once again
7. Then, add the can of finely chopped tomatoes, some salt and pepper, a sprinkle of dried mixed herbs and finely chopped chilli (to your taste)

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