There are a few things I'll leave to the pros, sushi is definitely one of them.
A sushi bowl though? That's something I can handle. Ethan & I love us some sushi, but I'm not quite sure he would come running to the table for a bowl of cauliflower rice and seared tuna. With him being gone on the weekends, it gives me the opportunity to try out some things he might not fancy as much as me.
I've always wanted to make seared ahi tuna but always scared to. I don't know if it's reading Chrissy Teigen's cookbook chapter, "Things That Intimidate People But Shouldn't" or just the fact that I have a food blog and I can't be cooking chicken every night...either way I decided to give it a shot. If you wanna try it, do it - seriously as simple as it sounds. Heat up some oil sear it for a minute, flip until all sides are seared andddd done. Everything else kinda just came together with a lot of inspiration from Pinch of Yum's sushi bowl .
It never really crossed my mind that I could buy pickled ginger. Let me tell y'all, I LOVE ginger. I'm definitely that girl that is reaching across the table stealing everyone's ginger off of their plates. Crystallized ginger, candied ginger (that's my favorite), pickled ginger...give me all of it.
I used some cauliflower rice I had in the freezer from my last Trader Joe's run (shout out to my sister for telling me to get it) & bought the spicy mayo from the sushi counter at our local Hyvee. I'm not one for the spicy, so buying a bottle of sriracha seemed silly (I'll pause for all the Bedells in my family to shake their heads at me) - so 99 cent spicy mayo won.
- 4 oz ahi tuna
- cauliflower rice
- pickled ginger
- spicy mayo (sriracha & mayo)
- Sautée cauliflower rice with broccoli & mushrooms
- Heat a skillet with oil and sear a ahi tuna steak approx 1 min on each side. Remove from heat & let rest for a few minutes before cutting into strips
- Prep veggies & any other toppings
- Place in a bowl and don't forget the ginger & spicy mayo!!