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==Original Source==
 
==Original Source==
Season tuna with ground pepper, cinnamon, and coriander, onion cooked and cut up, vinegar, honey and oil.
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Season tuna with ground pepper, cinnamon, and coriander, onion cooked and cut up, vinegar, honey and oil. (Bartolomeo Sacchi a.k.a Platina, ''De honesta voluptate et valetudine'' "On Right Pleasure and Good Health", [[ca]] 1465, translated by Mary Ella Milham)
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==Modern Redaction==
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*800g [[tuna]] steaks 2-3cm thick
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*ground [[pepper]]
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*ground [[cinnamon]]
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*1 Tbsp [[coriander]] seeds
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*1 mild [[onion]], sliced
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*3 Tbsp good [[olive]] oil
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*3 Tbsp [[honey]]
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*3 Tbsp red [[wine]] [[vinegar]]
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Sprinkle the tuna with cinnamon and pepper.  Coarsly grind the coriander and whisk together with the oil, honey, and vinegar.  Sauté lightly and set aside.  Broil, grill, or pan-sear the tuna to your liking.  Slice the tuna into strips, and top with the fried onions and honey dressing. 
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[[category:recipes]][[category:From the Peerless Kitchen]]

Latest revision as of 09:36, 6 May 2009

Original Source

Season tuna with ground pepper, cinnamon, and coriander, onion cooked and cut up, vinegar, honey and oil. (Bartolomeo Sacchi a.k.a Platina, De honesta voluptate et valetudine "On Right Pleasure and Good Health", ca 1465, translated by Mary Ella Milham)

Modern Redaction

Sprinkle the tuna with cinnamon and pepper. Coarsly grind the coriander and whisk together with the oil, honey, and vinegar. Sauté lightly and set aside. Broil, grill, or pan-sear the tuna to your liking. Slice the tuna into strips, and top with the fried onions and honey dressing.