STEP BY STEP
1. Mix 2 hands of flour with 1 hand of water, 1 tbsp. of oil, and ½ tsp. of salt. Knead well, form a ball.
2. Chop Mushrooms, Olives, and Chili Peppers.
3. Coat Tuna Steak with Sesame Seeds from all sides.
4. Preheat the pan, grease with oil.
5. Grill Tuna Steak alongside the butter, 2-3 garlic cloves, and fresh sage for 2 minutes on each side. Remove the steak after.
6. Deglaze the pan with 2 tbsp. of red cooking wine, add 1 tsp. of chili sauce and balsamico. Cook for few minutes then put aside.
7. Toss in chopped mushrooms, olives, and chili peppers. Salt to taste. Fry until golden brown.
9. Attenuate and flatten out the dough very thin. Fill with mushrooms, olives, and chili peppers. Add tuna, wrap it all up. For more visual instructions check the video below.
10. Bake until the crunchy golden-brown crust (around 350 F / 180 C)
11. Serve under the sauce from step #6.
12. Enjoy! Bon Almazan!
How about some mushrooms, freshly picked in the forest? And some Wellington, tuna-style? Haven’t we said a number of times that cooking is one of the most creative things ever? With just a few ingredients, everyone can make a three-star meal. Good quality tuna steak is of paramount importance here. With a chunk like this one, you can hardly go wrong, especially if you coat it with sesame seeds and infuse it with garlic and rosemary flavors. A bit of a side dish, and you have made yourselves a forest feast! Bon Almazan!