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From the Pollan family "Mostly Plants" cookbook.View the Recipe
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Next time you’ve got company coming over for dinner, try making this sesame tuna.
It’s the kind of meal that looks incredibly impressive when plated, with the tuna sitting on top of the colorful slaw the way it would be served at a restaurant.
And when your guests exclaim over the depth of flavor, don’t fall back on telling them, “Oh, it only took 20 minutes!” Just proceed to correct their pronunciation of jicama (hick-uh-mah), and own it like a #bossbabe.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Red cabbage and mandarin oranges brings color and lots of nutrients to the plate, while jicama contains insoluble fiber that reduces spikes in blood sugar and helps with digestion. And let’s not forget about the star of the meal: tuna. The fave fish is a great source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
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