Fish with pomegranate molasses and sesame seeds

So easy and with a slight tang and sweetness that fills you with sunshine.

Pomegranate molasses is a marvellous ingredient that can be used to sweeten, and can be added to soups, lentils, salads and more.

I prepared this dish with fresh Tuna, and any kind of fish can actually be used.

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For one Tuna steak
1- Cut the Tuna in cubes. Do it when it is slightly frozen so that the cubes come out nice and even.
2- Place the Tuna in a bowl and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Mix.

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3- Add a tablespoon of Pomegranate molasses (it can be found in any Middle Eastern food store) and mix again gently.

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4- Place some olive oil in a pan, and fry the Tuna cubes rapidly. Mix often with a wooden spatula so that all side become nice and golden. The inside should remain red.

I served it with potato Kuku to keep with the Persian theme! 

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