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Seal Tataki & Brussel Sprouts

Crunchy, fresh and tasty, Dan Hayes from Moosemeat and Marmalade Japanese spin on seal meat will definitely seal the deal on being delicious.

  • Increases energy
  • Strengthens muscles
  • Promotes red blood cell formation
  • Boosts immune system
  • Repairs body tissues
  • Improves muscle function
Moosemeat and Marmalade
  • Increases energy
  • Strengthens muscles
  • Promotes red blood cell formation
  • Boosts immune system
  • Repairs body tissues
  • Improves muscle function

Ingredients

  • Seal meat, lean and boneless, about 300 grams
  • Canola oil & salt
  • Brussel sprouts
  • Red onion
  • Ponzu sauce
  • Rice wine vinegar
  • Sesame seeds (white and black)
  • Sesame oil

Instructions

  1. Heat frying pan on medium-high heat. Once the pan is smoking hot, add small amount of canola oil, followed by a piece of lean, boneless seal meat, seasoned on all sides with salt.
  2. Sear the meat on all sides until browned, about 30 seconds per side. You want a piece that is ideally square so that it cooks evenly on all sides and leaves the inside rare.
  3. Remove the seal, and immediately wrap it in a piece of saran wrap and place into a freezer to stop the cooking process.
  4. After 10 minutes, remove from freezer and unwrap.
  5. Slice the seared seal meat into thin slices, about ¼ inch thick. This should reveal a seared outer ring and a rare inside.

For the Asian slaw:

  1. 2 cups thinly sliced brussel sprouts
  2. ¼ red onion, thinly sliced
  3. 2 tablespoons ponzu
  4. 1 tablespoon rice vinegar
  5. 1 tablespoon canola
  6. 1 teaspoon each white and black sesame seeds
  7. Half a teaspoon sesame oil

Assembly:

  1. Arrange the slaw in a long line along a rectangular plate. Top with slices of the seal tataki.
  2. Dress the meat with any remaining slaw dressing.

Features

  • 100% Canadian Wild Game Meat
  • Certified Smarter Seafood
  • Excellent source of protein (23%) and low in fat (2%).
  • Very nutritious: high in iron, zinc, magnesium and vitamin B12.
  • All natural, wild game meat with no antibiotics or growth hormones.

 

Source:  Seared Seal Tataki with Asian-Inspired Brussel Sprout Slaw Recipe Seal Loin Recipe from Moosemeat and Marmalade : http://moosemeatandmarmalade.com/recipes/seared-seal-tataki-with-asian-inspired-brussel-sprout-slaw/

Oil

Pure Omega-3 Oil

Seal oil is a complete source of Omega-3 (DPA + DHA + EPA) with optimized absorption given its mammalian molecular structure.

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Seal Oil

Textile

Unique Natural Fur & Leather

Seal fur and leather is a very versatile textile used in multiple applications such as accessories, footwear, outerwear and home decor.

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Seal Fur & Leather

Meat

Wild Canadian Meat

Seal meat represents an excellent source of protein and is high in iron, zinc, magnesium and vitamin B-12. This wild game meat is free from antibiotics and added hormones.

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Seal Meat

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