Most markets are now stocking these single serving packages. I've found enough variations to make a seafood paella (click here), or a fish chowder (future recipe), including: scallops, baby bay shrimp, flounder, cod, tilapia, shark, salmon and tuna.
Well that's my rant about so called "fresh fish" from the market -- now back to my cheapie Honey & Soy Glazed Tuna.
This recipe is quick and simple to make. Just pour some honey into soy sauce to make a fish marinade, and then quickly saute the tuna steak. I use low sodium soy sauce because the salt will overpower the delicate tuna taste, although honey helps out with this.
My honey and soy marinade will work with almost any firm fish, like tilapia or salmon. So try out my latest tasty budget fish entree that is ready to eat, from start to finish, in barely 10 minutes.
4 ounce fish steak - any firm fish will do, I used tuna.
2 tablespoons of honey
1/4 cup of soy sauce - low sodium is preferred, but any type will do.
1 tablespoon of oil for sauteing.
Pepper to taste - optional.
Soy sauce has plenty of salt.
Add oil to saute pan over medium heat. In a wide bowl, pour in soy sauce and honey and whisk together to mix well. Add fish fillets and coat well. Season fish with pepper (optional).
Serve Honey Soy Glazed Tuna with reduced marinade -- or serve cooked tuna on a salad. Allow the marinade to cool, and add a splash of balsamic vinegar for a soy salad dressing.