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Yellowfin tuna

Steve H

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Looks good. How about details?
 

Ooaaronoo

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Looks good. How about details?
Got some steaks close to a inch thick. Used chef Paul's seafood season. Had the grill around 425-450. Cooked each side around 6 minutes each. Pulled at 130° i.t. should have went at 120°-125°. But this was my first run and didn't want it rare. A texture issue there. But flavor wise was good and the wife approved so thats a win.
 

Fueling Around

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Yellow Fin or Ahi tuna is very good. Wife and I don't like it rare. We prefer cooked through.

A unique transformation is to salt cure and smoke. Many people will think it is pork
 

GonnaSmoke

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Got some steaks close to a inch thick. Used chef Paul's seafood season. Had the grill around 425-450. Cooked each side around 6 minutes each. Pulled at 130° i.t. should have went at 120°-125°. But this was my first run and didn't want it rare. A texture issue there. But flavor wise was good and the wife approved so thats a win.
We love Yellowfin. Thick cut, usually 1"-1 1/2" thick or thicker. I usually pan sear in a very hot cast iron skillet with EVOO and salt & pepper. For us, it's got to be very rare with a crust on the outside. I don't check the internal temp, just cook by sight...
 

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