Some of the most delicious things are the simplest. This is so simple, there’s no recipe needed – I promise! My friend gave me the great idea of using crushed wasabi peas to create a crust for pan-seared tuna. I couldn’t wait to try it. Wow, totally yum! All you need to do is pulse your peas a few times in the food processor, put them on a plate and dip your tuna. Heat a griddle over high heat with a little olive oil, and cook the tuna for a few minutes on each side, leaving it a little bit rare in the middle. The only improvements I might make for company-worthy presentation are maybe giving the fish another quick toss in wasabi peas after coming off the grill (to show some of the bright green color, and extra-extra crunch) and a drizzel of reduced-soy sauce. And without those extra steps? It’s still probably my favorite new quick weeknight meal.