This is the second time I’ve made an albacore avocado salad. Really tasty, really easy and the cost is reasonable. All the prep time is done after you’ve started cooking.
Start lightly searing to medium the albacore in a non-stick pan. We use Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil, but butter or olive oil would work fine, and give it a bit different flavor.
Meanwhile, in a large bowl, add a diced avocado, handful of cilantro, small handful of sliced green onions. Add a liberal splash of soy sauce, juice from a juicy half lemon, few drops of sesame oil and a few drops of rooster sauce.
Remove the albacore from the heat. Let it cool a bit. Chop it up, add it to the avocado mixture. Stir, taste, adjust seasoning. Spoon into center of serving tray surrounded by radicchio leaves and/or rice crackers.
Photo notes: albacore shown is 2/3 of a pound. The light was too low, causing every image to yellow. No natural light at all. (Project 365: Day 21)
Albacore Avocado Salad
This albacore avocado salad is really tasty, really easy and the cost is reasonable.
Prep time: 0 min | Cook time: 15 min | Total time: 15 min
Yield: 2 servings
Ingredients: 1/2 pound fresh or sashimi grade albacore tuna, sliced to about 3/4″ thick | 1 ripe avocado | soy sauce, lemon, sesame oil, rooster sauce | green onions and cilantro