Seared Tuna with Spicy Mayone-zu


1 pound wild caught Yellow Fin Tuna
1 tbsp Sir Kensington’s Avocado Oil Mayonnaise
1 tbsp McIlhenny Co. Tabasco Brand Sriracha
Organic Olive Oil Spray


Mix 1 tbsp McIlhenny’s Sriracha & 1 tbsp Sir Kensington’s Avocado Mayo to create the spicy mayone-zu.
Lightly spray a medium pan with olive oil spray & heat stovetop on medium.
Cut Yellow Fin into 3 ounce medallions.
Sear each side for 30 seconds.
Evenly pour the spicy mayone-zu over the seared Yellow Fin.


Women: 3 oz. Yellow Fin Tuna

Men: 6 oz. Yellow Fin Tuna

This simple but perfect recipe may be a protein option for any meal on the Remedy Recipes format. If you would like to use it for Meals 2 or 3, add brown rice or quinoa, (1/2 cup for women, 1 cup for men.) If you would like to use it for Meal 4, have the tuna over spiraled cucumber along with a salad with ginger dressing.

We love sashimi, sushi, & Japanese cuisine. This recipe encompasses the beauty of simplicity of both appearance and flavor. Like most Japanese cuisine, it’s minimalistic preparation allows for the appreciation of taste and texture. Special thanks to our friend, Mark who caught the Yellow Fin that morning while deep sea fishing. There is nothing like fresh tuna from the sea!!! Enjoy!!!

About the author

John M. Di Fazio II
John M. Di Fazio II

John M Di Fazio II is a nutrition consultant, a personal trainer, and a massage therapist and has twenty years of experience working in the fitness industry. He was employed by Gold's Gym for thirteen years and in 2005 co-founded Remedy Fitness, a unique fitness establishment located in East Setauket, New York. While in the employ of Gold's Gym, he was recruited into Nutritionalysis, a nutrition company based in Venice Beach, California that specialized in individualized nutrition programs, and received his certification. Excelling in the field, his clientele grew by thousands. While establishing such a full clientele in nutrition and personal training, John also graduated from the State University of New York at Stony Brook with a bachelors degree in philosophy and also graduated from the New School for Holistic Health & Research on Long Island, New York with a degree and a New York State license for massage therapy.

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