Seared Ahi Tuna with Mango Chutney

• 25 November 2008

We tried this delicious recipe last week from the always-fabulous Ina Garten. The chutney was super easy to make; the only challenging step being the dicing of the mango (I find this is always a pain no matter what method you use!) The delicious flavor of the chutney balanced out the seared tuna perfectly.

The tuna took about 5 minutes total to sear, so consider making this the absolute last thing you do before sitting down to eat. Make sure everything is on the table, glasses are full, and guests/family members are seated. You will definitely want to eat the tuna hot, hot, hot.

Serve with a side of steamed broccoli or swiss chard...a little basmati rice might be nice too, especially if you own a rice cooker.

All in all a delicious, easy, and fast recipe.

p.s. I found as-fresh-as-you-can-in-Utah ahi tuna at my local Costco.

picture via the Barefoot Contessa at Home cookbook



3 comments:

Hailey Kandell said...

We always get the BEST price on ahi tuna at MArket street, they always beat Costcoa dn HArmons. Try going there sometime.

Liz said...

That might be my favorite meal of all time.

Vanessa said...

Ok so the tuna is good at Costco. I buy all our fish from there but am intimidated by the tuna! is that weird, well I will have to pick it up and serve it to us for dinner! Great recipe idea. We eat fish 2-3 nights a week so I run out of recipes fast.

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