Our son turns 10 soon, where does the time go? But because we did the family celebrations this past Sunday he gets to enjoy a month of celebrations. Needless to say he’s tickled pink. But given our kids live in two households and then the various extended families their birthdays can go on for a few weeks. It takes awhile to get it all in!
As a treat for the birthdays I did up my raspberry lemon cupcakes and decorated a few of them as minions. You can’t go wrong with minions!
In addition to the chicken salad on apple slices I wanted to do a seafood dish. This dish would be great for a tapas night as well. In a bowl add two avocados.
Finely chop up a bit of red onion.
Mash them together and add lime juice to taste, adobe seasoning, cilantro, and chili powder. Season with salt and pepper to taste. To keep it from browning add the avocado pits to the dish. I made this a few hours ahead of time as this gets put together at time of serving.
For the BBQ we had wood available to cook over. I brought a grill pan to sear the tuna. Season with salt and pepper then sear both sides. This only takes a couple of minutes.
Fill mini phyllo cups with the avocado and then top with the sliced tuna.
It was an enjoyable day enjoying good food, beautiful weather, and listening to the kids playing and laughing.
Beautiful photos and delicious food! 🙂
Thank you! I love seared tuna. 🙂
What a charming little bite! Will have to keep these in mind for catering ideas. 🙂
So easy to make for catering!
so pretty!!! I just picked up some tuna earlier today…looking forward to dinner 🙂
I hope you enjoy!
Very elegant for a 10th birthday.
Thank you. We celebrated a 2nd, 5th, 8th, 10th, and 36th!
Cute Minions! I really like your tuna in a cup recipe. This would go over very well around my table, guacamole and seared tuna lovers that we are….
You can’t go wrong with minions! 🙂