Asian Tuna with Poached Egg

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Who knew that a humble staple like a can of tuna could be transformed into such a snazzy lunch or brunch? The Asian flavor is subtle, making the fresh albacore tuna the star!



Step: 1

Place the red onion, red bell pepper, peas, ginger, carrots, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl. Stir together, and then fold in the tuna.

Step: 2

In a small bowl, whisk the sesame oil, rice vinegar, lime juice, and Sriracha®. Pour over the tuna mixture and toss gently, trying not to break up the tuna.

Step: 3

Add a tablespoon of vinegar to a pan of lightly-salted water and bring it to a gentle simmer, not a hard boil (you’ll see little bubbles in the pan). Crack each egg into a ramekin. Stir the water in a wide circle (like a whirlpool), and then slide in the egg; repeat for the second egg. Poach the eggs at a simmer for 4-5 minutes for soft yolks. Remove the poached eggs with a slotted spoon to a paper towel and allow to drain.

Step: 4

To serve, top half of an English muffin with half of the tuna mixture, place a poached egg on top, and then sprinkle with the chopped cilantro and black sesame seeds.


Per Serving: 241 calories; protein 25.8g; carbohydrates 15.5g; fat 7.5g; cholesterol 217.6mg; sodium 461.5mg.

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