Tuna honey orange sauce is a typical healthy eating nutritious and tasty dish!

This is nutritious dish that takes less efforts to prepare especially for the family. You can make the meal simple by using frozen tuna steaks.

By using the frozen tuna steak, all you have to do is place the frozen tuna into the pan without thawing. They are sure to cook with out adding any extra baking time. If you wish, you can make this dish by using salmon or halibut.

However, if you are not a fish lover like me you can comfortably use beef, pork, turkey, lamb or goat steak!

The preparation time for this Tuna honey orange sauce is about 10-15 minutes while baking time is approximately 45 minutes. it safe to predict that the whole meal would be ready for serving within 1 hour.


1.   4 (4 oz.) tuna steak, chopped

2.   3 T of sesame oil, divided.

3.   1 C of couscous

4.   1 C + 2 T of chicken broth

5.   1/2 C of orange juice

6.   4 t of honey  + 6 T of soy sauce

7.   6 garlic cloves, chopped

8.   4 T of toasted sesame seeds

9.   1/2 ginger

10.   4 C of broccoli florets

11.1 small yellow squash, sliced thin

To start cooking Tuna honey orange sauce, first, allow the oven to preheat to 450 degrees and drizzle 1 1/2 T of the oil over the bottom of the pan.

Then spread the couscous over the bottom of the pan and pour the broth into the pan and stir to coat the couscous.

Then spread, the couscous into an even layer.

Now drizzle the tuna with 1/2 T of the sesame oil and place into the pan.

Follow up with placing the orange juice, honey and soy sause into a small bowl and add the remaining sesame oil and whisk until well blended.

Now stir in garlic, sesame seeds and ginger and pour half of the mixture over the ingredients in the pan.

Finally, layer in the broccoli and squash and pour the remaining orange juice mixture over the vegetables and cover and bake for 45 minutes or until the vegetables are soft and tender.

These are all the steps taken to cook Tuna honey orange sauce. Organic fruits and vegetables!

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