Fresh or canned, tuna makes a quick and satisfying seafood supper. From tuna casserole to tuna salad, these easy recipes take just minutes to cook and serve.See Popular Tuna Recipes
At Ten Minutes by Tractor, chef Stuart Bell's French-inflected dishes showcase the Mornington winery's stellar Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs. Here, Dijon mustard gives a nod to Burgundy, while the eggplant-olive relish references Provence.
Have a cool, fresh slice. This fun appetizer pizza has a cream cheese-tuna sauce and is topped with loads of fresh vegetables.
Add a fresh twist to tuna with the flavors of lime, chilies and black beans--all the best that the Southwest has to offer.
Potatoes are the base for most hash dishes, and any assortment of meat, vegetables, and herbs can be added to the crisp mixture. This recipe gives you a choice of tuna steaks or salmon fillets.
Put a homespun meal in the oven in 15 minutes. The Bisquick® mix and other ingredients are probably all in your cupboard.
Try this fish steak recipe from Betty Crocker.
Cream cheese spread and canned tuna helps a colorful layered dip come together in 15 minutes.
French-fried onions add flavorful crunch, and the ranch dressing and sour cream add extra flavor. This will become one of your favorites!
Fire up the grill to make these simple and delicious fish steaks accented with a slightly spicy tomato sauce. They're ready in just 35 minutes!
A ginger and sesame infused marinade brings an over-the-top flavor to hot-off-the-grill tuna steaks and sliced vegetables.
Comforting yet bright in flavor, this is a version of tuna noodle casserole your mother never made.
Creamy pasta with tuna and colorful vegetables makes for a winning, skillet-easy combination!
Unexpected guests are no problem, because this tasty dip uses on-hand ingredients to make a delicious dip, perfect with crackers or assorted dippers.
Try this tuna sandwich recipe from Betty Crocker.
Serve these low calorie grilled fish kabobs over a bed of rice.
People don't usually go to sports stadiums or airports for a good meal. But in New York City, uber-restaurateur Danny Meyer is revamping menus at the Mets' new home, and OTG Management is developing restaurants at JFK airport. Among the first: Piquillo at Terminal 5, where chef Alex Raij (formerly of Manhattan's Tia Pol) serves these Spanish sandwiches.