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Tuna & Avocado Rice Bowl

serves 2, ready in 15 minutes
4.6 stars
(128 reviews)
  • Gluten-Free
  • Dairy-Free
  • Nut-Free
  • Egg-Free
Tuna steaks get pan-seared so they’re still rare and yummy. A lovely topping of ginger-honey-garlic caramelized scallions gets spooned over the top. It’s served with steamed rice and creamy avocado wedges. All you need is basic kitchen equipment (pots/pans, bowls, a knife, salt, pepper, oil) and around 15 minutes to create this creative dinner for two.
Tuna & Avocado Rice Bowl Recipe Card
Per Serving*
2.0 Per Container
Calories 560
Total Fat 14g
Saturated Fat 2.0g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 65mg
Sodium 100mg
Total Carbs 63g
Dietary Fiber 12g
Sugars 11g
Protein 50g
Vitamin A 653IU
Vitamin C 41mg
Calcium 97mg
Iron 4mg
*Our nutrition data includes all sauces, dressings, condiments, and garnishes included with a dish. If you have specific concerns about sodium, fat, or overall calories, know that we often serve these items on the side so you can add them to taste or leave them out, if you like.

What People Are Saying

4 Stars
Love this - can't get over how good the tuna is. Very nice quality and yummy, clean, simple dish.
5 Stars
The portions were prefect for us & the flavor & taste was great.
2 Stars
Boring! The tuna was tasty but it needed another component - definitely another veggie. I think of avocado more as a topping rather than a primary veggie.
3 Stars
More veggies please
1 Stars
15 minute prep was a drastic under estimatation
5 Stars
This is the most delicious munchery cook at Home dish we’ve tried. Tuna was really high quality and evenly sized. Sauce was tart and sweet at the same time.
4 Stars
The dish was good. The instructions really sucked. Seemed like they forgot some instructional sentences in making the sauce. The tuna portions were kind of small.
5 Stars
We prefer the tuna cooked through, but love this meal.
3 Stars
Instructions on where to put the sauce unclear -- after making the sauce, do I put it in rice or on the tuna? I assumed the rice, but it was referred to as "zest," which could've been the lime "zest."

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