Spicy Glazed Tuna
Pan-seared tuna coated in a spicy glaze of whiskey sriracha mixed with barrel aged maple syrup.
Whiskey Barrel Aged Sriracha
Bourbon Barrel Aged Maple Syrup
Salt & Papper
Rinse tuna in cold water and pat dry. If a single piece of fish, cut into two 6oz portions.
In a small bowl, combine maple, sriracha, salt, and pepper. Set aside.
Place a cast iron skillet over medium high heat.
Add coconut oil to skillet. Swirl pan to coat.
Place fish in pan. Cook until the bottom edge of the fish turns white, approximately 1 minute. Flip and cook for 1 more minute.
Sear each remaining side for 15 seconds each.
Immediately remove from heat and top with maple sriracha mixture.
Serve while hot.
Add more or less sriracha to achieve your personal level of spicy.
Aluminum or coated pans will work if you don't have a cast iron skillet.
Not a fan of tuna? Swap this fish out for one of your favorite and simply cook completely. This recipe is great for salmon too.
Try a whiskey maple syrup instead of the bourbon for a stronger oak or woody taste.
Recipe from: https://callingtennesseehome.com/recipes/dinner/spicy-glazed-tuna/