Prep 10 mins
Cook 8 mins
This is very quick and easy but extremely tasty. I sometimes like to substitute the Dijon mustard with Coleman's English Mustard for a really HOT taste. Lemon thyme is also nice used in place of the chives.
- Season both sides of tuna.
- Heat oil in frying pan over medium-high heat.
- Add tuna; cook for about 8 minutes, until tuna is browned on the outside, but slightly pink on the inside.
- Remove tuna from the pan.
- To same pan, add stock and lemon juice and heat the mixture to boiling point.
- Remove from heat.
- Add mustard and chives and stir.
- Pour sauce over tuna.
- Serve immediately.
I tried it with 1 tsp fresh finely chopped green onion leaves and cod fillets. Excellent taste. Thanks for the recipe
Very tasty and simple to prepare. I sprinkled some onion powder in since I did not have chives. Will make this recipe again. Thanks!
I've tried this twice. The first was fabulous, the second time a little dry but I probably over-cooked them. Definitely a great way to do tuna. Thanks!