Tuna steaks are dressed up with a dreamy garlic-herb cream sauce and served over spinach in this quick and easy meal for two. Soy sauce. Heat a nonstick fry pan with a medium-high heat and add 2 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil, after 2 minutes add the tuna steaks into the pan, push down on the tuna steaks with a spatula, this will give them that beautiful sear, cook for 90 seconds per side (the thickness of my steaks where 1/2 inch), after a total cooking time of 3 minutes transfer the tuna to a plate and cover with foil paper Sicilian tuna steaks with spicy sauce and garlic spinach There were two types of frozen tuna steaks also on offer. https://noemptychairs.me/2009/11/20/spicy-pan-seared-tuna-steaks One was a lighter maroon, pinker in color, the other was pinker still – almost like good fresh salmon. The salty, caramel, and umami notes of soy sauce work very well with the light flavor of tuna. Tuna is popular in Japan and you will find that many recipes for tuna steaks include Japanese staples ingredients like soy sauce.