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.
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.
Serve these low calorie grilled fish kabobs over a bed of rice.
Here's an updated version of the tuna sandwich, made with spinach and cheese and wrapped in crescent roll dough.
This may be a sandwich, but you'll need a knife and fork to eat it. The filling of canned tuna, coleslaw mix, and dressing is easy to stir together.
The four ingredients for these open-face sandwiches are probably ready and waiting in your kitchen pantry. If not, keep them on hand for an impromptu lunch.
Need a fast dinner? Try this mix-and-eat tuna casserole. Shortcut ingredients get it to the table fast.
This pasta and tuna one-dish dinner can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. Save this recipe for a night when you need a meal in a hurry.
Quick-cooking fish on the grill is a natural for summer dinners. The rich no-cook sauce makes your healthy entree even more tempting.
Jarred tuna makes these open-faced sandwiches a cinch to prepare. Just boil the eggs and green beans, toast the bread and assemble.
Rubbed with a cumin mixture, these tuna or sea bass steaks develop rich flavor while broiling. Serve them with a salsa of oranges, a tomato, cilantro, green onion, lime juice, and walnuts. This main dish recipe is fresh, tender, simple, and healthful.
This main dish salad features grilled tuna steaks. You can replace the marjoram with oregano for this recipe, but its flavor is more pungent and robust so you may want to use less.
Your kids are more likely to eat tuna salad when it's served in a hot dog bun, as in this recipe.
The secret to success in this healthy recipe is to keep a eye on the tuna to avoid overcooking. Slice it thinly for a summer appetizer.