Monday my refrigerator was pretty bare, so dinner was simple but fun. I’ll try and include more posts like this, instead of sticking only to full blown “recipes” – since I realize we are all busy people, and simple dinner ideas are a good thing to have! With that being said, the George Foreman grill is seriously a great tool for quick dinners, and along with my electric griddle and crock pot, an invaluable gadget in my kitchen arsenal.
Anyway, I thawed a package of tuna steaks that I got from Trader Joe’s in the refrigerator overnight. While the grill heated up I quickly marinated them in a zip-lock with a combination of random but intuitive things, giving them a nice sweet and savory touch of flavors.
- coconut aminos
- ginger powder
- cayenne pepper
- black pepper
- coconut milk (Trader Joe’s Light)
- stone ground mustard
I stuck them on the grill until they were cooked through. If you like, you can even put some additional mustard on after it’s done. For side dishes, I just did some cucumber salad (an easy mixture of cucumber, celery, and onion – with coconut aminos, olive oil, and apple cider vinegar) and some ginger seaweed sauerkraut stuff I got at Wild By Nature up the block. I love fermented foods.