Though this seafood can be pricey, tuna steak enjoys a multitude of uses. Prepared as sushi, burgers, or grilled, fresh tuna steak transforms into supper in no time flat.
Firm-textured tuna steaks are a great fish for grilling. Pair them with an easy sauce of fresh tomato and mayonnaise.
Easy three-ingredient glazes give you options for a no-fuss dinner. A quick spinach saute makes a nice side that suits any glaze.
Meatier fish, such as tuna and swordfish, cut into thick steaks are great to cook on the grill. Serve with grilled fruit for a complete meal.
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.
A lively fresh herb vinaigrette serves as both a marinade and salad dressing in this Mediterranean-style salad.
Try this California-style sandwich for your next backyard cookout. The ginger marinated tuna steaks served on sourdough bread with ginger-soy mayonnaise and mashed avocado are sure to win accolades.
A lemon and herb marinade brings great zesty flavor to these grilled tuna steaks.
How do you improve on grilled marinated tuna? Serve it warm with this fresh-tasting citrus side salad.
A garlic and rosemary rub and a dab of lemon juice lend a Mediterranean note to fish steaks.
Garlic reins supreme in this grilled tuna dinner. The tuna steaks are infused with garlic and thyme from the marinade and served with garlicky mashed Yukon Gold potatoes.
For company presentation, arrange this classic south-of-France salad on a large platter. Accompany it with crusty French bread and sparkling water or white wine.
Warm tortillas filled with grilled tuna, sweet peppers and homemade tomatilla salsa make a great summertime meal.
Here's fusion cuisine (in this case, a hybrid of Asian and European cooking) fast. As the tuna is quick-grilled to seal in the juices, a soy-honey sauce with a touch of heat from crushed red pepper caramelizes, creating a beautiful and delicious glaze.