20 minutes to prepare and cook. Serves 4.
2. For the salsa, combine the black beans, chopped mango, chillies, lime juice and spring onions.
3. Heat a griddle plate or BBQ.
4. Dry the tuna on kitchen paper, rub with olive oil and season well.
5. Place the tuna on a griddle or barbecue and cook for about two minutes each side – this will depend on the thickness of the tuna, but avoid overcooking.
6. Serve tuna immediately with mango salsa.
Hints and Tips:
Using canned foods minimises mess – they are already prepared in the can and don’t create leftover food waste.