Lemon Garlic Smoked Tuna Chaat
1. Smoked tuna is a perfect main course for any meal, but it can also be the perfect topping on a Chaat! Chaat is a popular Indian street food that typically consists of different types of stimulation and spices. This dish is no exception and adds smoky, garlic-flavored tuna to make it a uniquely delicious experience.
2. Chaat also includes some colorful vegetables like cucumbers, tomatoes, and bell peppers. These add lots of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to the dish which make it an ideal meal for those looking to improve their overall health.
3. Lastly, lemon and garlic are two of the most prevalent herbs in Chaat dishes, so they are essential ingredients in this particular version. The lemon gives the tuna flavor while the garlic brings extra flavor and antioxidants to the mix. Together, these create a sumptuous dish that is sure to leave your taste buds satisfied!
Cannabis chaat, also called lemon garlic smoked tuna chaat, is a popular dish made with crispy tofu, savory tuna, andTangy lemon sauce. Combined together, this dish makes for a filling and flavorful meal.
-Tofu: Yellow or extra-firm variety will work best. Cut into small squares or triangles. Smoked tuna can be replaced with any other type of protein depending on your preferences.
-Savory tuna: Aged white or light tuna will work best. It should be moist but not too wet as it will become soggy when mixed with other ingredients. Try to find whole fish if possible. If using canned tuna, try to get the least processed version possible as there are many unhealthy additives in canned tuna that negatively impact our health
-Tangy lemon sauce: Aged vinegar, freshly squeezed lemon juice, garlic cloves, and salt make up the sauce. This recipe can also be tweaked to include different spices like cumin or chili powder to alter the flavor profile. If you don’t have aged vinegar or lemon juice available try using apple cider vinegar or lime juice instead.
Instructions:1) Marinate the tofu in the savory tuna and Tangy lemon sauce for at least 30 minutes prior to cooking to allow flavors to meld together well. It is okay if the tofu does not absorb all of the flavors since it will get crispy in the process2) Preheat a large skillet over medium-high heat and add about 1 tablespoon oil or ghee3) Add the marinated tofu pieces and cook until lightly browned on both sides4) Once the tofu has cooked through, add in the smoked tuna (or any other protein of your choice) and cook until hot5) Drizzle Tangy lemon sauce over top6) Serve hot! Recipe Notes: -This dish can easily be customized by adding different spices such as cumin or chili powder to adjust flavor profiles -For increased health benefits try cooking the tofu atop an infrared stovetop grill like The Healthy Grower Infrared Stovetop Grill