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After a doctors visit which you can read here:

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/105121/oh-no-the-dreaded-doctor-visit 

I needed to eat better so tonights dinner is big ole tuna steaks!! I first made a sauce for the fish of

water,crushed raspberries,small diced habanero peppers,garlic powder,black powder and some splenda.

cooked it up a bit then cooled it and put some on the tuna while the mes was coming up to temp.

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Put them in the smoker when the mes hit 235,along with one row of peach dust in the amazen.

Here they are at a IT of 85.Time to put some more sauce on,and a quick pic.

 

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Man these things cook fast!!! One hour and we're at a IT of 122 so its time to pull them off.

 

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Here's my plate with some sauted broccoli in low sodium soysauce.

Dinner is served!!

 

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Cooked perfect!!! nice and moist,tuna cooks fast and is very easy to overcook,so i was happy with how these turned out.

And a close up, just cause i like too!!

 

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Good healthy eats!!!! just what the doctor ordered....really!!!

I will try this again for sure! Tomorrows nights dinner is gonna be chicken with a pineapple rum sauce!

so stay tuned  Thanks for looking...LES

 

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Man O Man that looks good bet it was tasty.. Nice jobicon14.gif

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O yes who said healthy eatting is not good that sure does look good.


 

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Nice looking tuna! If you want to jazz up the broccoli a tad heat some sesame oil in a saute pan, toss in the broccoli, let it cook for a few minutes on med-high. Then put a little of that sweet chili sauce (not a lot, just about 2 table spoons), couple of dashes of soy sauce, and if you want a little kick some sirracha chili sauce. There is some sugar in the sweet chili sauce, but you don't need to use very much of it at all.

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Originally Posted by JIRodriguez View Post

Nice looking tuna! If you want to jazz up the broccoli a tad heat some sesame oil in a saute pan, toss in the broccoli, let it cook for a few minutes on med-high. Then put a little of that sweet chili sauce (not a lot, just about 2 table spoons), couple of dashes of soy sauce, and if you want a little kick some sirracha chili sauce. There is some sugar in the sweet chili sauce, but you don't need to use very much of it at all.


That sounds like a great idea!!! I might try that for saturdays dinner! I have all of those in my kitchen anyhow!!! THANKS,

LES

 

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