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Tuna Tataki with Peanut Sauce from The Grill

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The Chef: David WerlyThe Restaurant: The Grill (at the Setai)The Dish: Tuna Tataki with Peanut Sauce

Ingredients:

1 lb. of fresh tuna1 1/2 cups of coconut milk2 Tbs. of brown sugar1 1/2 Tbs. of fish sauce1 Tbs of creamy peanut butter1 1/2 Tbs. of curry spice1/2 Tbs. of curry pastesalt, to taste celery salt, to taste3 Tbs. of olive oil2 Tbs. of mint extract

Method of Preparation:

-Begin by making a sauce. In a pot, add coconut milk, brown sugar, fish sauce, creamy peanut butter, curry spice and curry paste. Mix this all together. Once it comes to a boil, bring the heat down and let it simmer for five minutes. Chef David says you can add more peanut butter and less spice if you wish.

-Next, season the tuna with salt and celery salt.

-Then, cook the tuna to medium rare in a hot pan with olive oil.

To Plate:

Cut the tuna into small pieces. Then, dip the skewers in mint extract and place it through the tuna pieces. Top with a little salt and drizzle some peanut sauce on the plate. You can garnish with chervil. At the restaurant, they also add a side salad.

Serves: 1

Serving Suggestion: Chili Passion Martini

FOR MORE INFORMATION:The Grill (at the Setai)2001 Collins AveMiami, FL 33139(305) 520-6400 www.setai.com/dining/thegrill

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