I love every single thing in this particular combo, but it was the roasted fennel that really made me the happiest. Why don’t I make you more often, fennel? You are sweet and differently delicious, and I always love you so much when I remember that you exist.
The tuna got seared for about one minute per side, so it was very rare inside….just the way the sushi-loving Southern husband and I like it. But if you are a medium or well-done tuna type of person, you be you. The baby carrots were steamed just a little, and the brown rice was done in my beloved rice cooker. After that, it was all about the assembly. We picked frisee lettuce as our greens, and the garnish was some sugared pecans that we happened to have lying around. (A lot of what goes in these one bowl dinners consists of things we have leftover from earlier meals. Another thing I love about them.)
We drizzled the whole thing with some yogurt honety mustard bottled dressing (we love the Bolthouse Farms salad dressings), and voila! Colorful, healthy, delicious. Stay tuned to this channel for more of these one bowl suppers, because we have about a million more combo ideas!