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The clean flavours and textures of fresh peas, beans and asparagus mix well. The tuna accompanies the salad very well.
The combination of fresh peas, green beans and asparagus is somewhat unusual for a salad, yet they go very well together. The fresh seared tuna's taste and texture combine with the greens to complete a splendid dish.
The peas, beans and asparagus must be fresh for this recipe to work. While I don't hesitate to use canned vegetables where appropriate, this recipe doesn't turn out well at all if you use canned/frozen vegetables - both the texture and taste would be wrong. I also like to use an olive oil that has a good fruity flavour, full of character. Lighter tasting olive oils would just "get lost" in this dish.
The finished salad - Fresh seared tuna, green beans, peas and asparagus - glorious!
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