General

10 Best Seared Tuna Recipes to Make for Dinner

10 Best Seared Tuna Recipes to Make for Dinner
Yellowfin Tuna Recipes
Yellowfin Tuna RecipesYellowfin Tuna Recipes
Yellowfin Tuna RecipesYellowfin Tuna Recipes

Want to add fish to your diet? Let these be healthy, refreshing and delicious seared tuna recipes lead the way.

If you’re looking for a healthier source of protein, yellowfin tuna is definitely a good choice.

Do you want to save this recipe? Enter your email below and we’ll send the recipe straight to your inbox!

Note: JavaScript is required for this content.

Grilled Chicken Tuna Steak and Green BeansGrilled Chicken Tuna Steak and Green Beans

Yellowfin tuna or Ahi tuna is a nutritious fish with soft flesh and a rich taste.

It is capable of soaking up marinades in a jiffy and also cooks quite quickly.

It also tastes great no matter how you prepare it. Whether grilled, fried or served raw, it won’t disappoint.

If you’re not familiar with the fish, here are 10 recipes to get you started!

From simple seared tuna to colorful poke bowls, these seared tuna recipes will get you hooked!

When I hear the word ‘tuna’ I can’t help but follow it with the phrase ‘poke bowls’.

This dish is the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to tuna recipes.

While I also love salmon poke bowls, I think tuna is the superior protein in this particular dish.

The way tuna absorbs the soy sauce marinade is something completely different. I mean, look how juicy those tuna cubes are.

For this recipe, the poke bowls are also topped with avocado slices, cucumber, edamame, diced mangoes, and get this, chips.

Besides adding crunch, the chips also provide a nice contrast to the healthy dish!

Put those sushi making lessons to good use and whip up these delicious seared tuna rolls!

Do you want to save this recipe? Enter your email below and we’ll send the recipe straight to your inbox!

Note: JavaScript is required for this content.

Filled with tuna, carrots, cucumber and bell peppers, these sandwiches are crunchy, tasty and oh-so-refreshing.

You do not need to use raw tuna for this recipe.

Sashimi-grade seared tuna is a bit on the expensive side, so let’s stick to a more affordable option here.

Use canned tuna instead of sashimi! Top it off with some mayo, mustard, chives and voila.

Raise your hand if you are a fan of Filipino food! I am in love with this underrated cuisine.

This Filipino dish consists of seared tuna fillets bathed in creamy coconut sauce.

The cream is infused with ginger, fish sauce, onion, garlic and spices, which give a deeper flavor to both the sauce and the fish.

And because tuna absorbs flavors quickly, it takes less than 30 minutes to whip up this phenomenal dish.

Be sure to also prepare a large pot of white rice while you cook this dish! You will want a lot of it.

This grilled tuna dish is the epitome of fresh flavors!

Here, tuna steaks are grilled to smoky perfection and served in a rich, lemon-garlic butter sauce.

Light, bright and refreshing, this is the ultimate summer dish.

You don’t need much to get this done. Aside from the tuna, the rest of the ingredients are all pantry staples.

For best results, soak the tuna in the marinade overnight and grill it the next morning.

While I’m not the biggest fan of salads, chopped salads are an exception.

And how can anyone say no to such a colorful bowl?

This bowl contains a cheerful mix of chopped lettuce and avocado, corn, black beans, grape tomatoes and of course the star of the show, tuna.

Tossed all together in a creamy and tangy chipotle dressing, this salad is impossible to resist.

By the way, this is another recipe that doesn’t require fresh tuna. Canned tuna works great here.

Do you like your tuna raw or cooked? Can’t choose between the two? Scorching is the solution.

In this recipe, the tuna cooks quickly to sear it nicely around the edges, while the center remains a nice pink.

The tuna is also coated in a mixture of crushed wasabi peas and black sesame seeds, to give it a delicious crunch and a hint of heat.

Serve these tuna slices with a small bowl of soy sauce, rice vinegar and grated ginger for a hearty dipping sauce.

Although tuna is the main ingredient in this dish, it is the marinade that gives it the best flavor.

It is a blend of honey, olive oil, garlic, lemon, herbs and spices.

This marinade has a taste buds tantalizing combination of sweet, savory, earthy and spicy flavors.

It’s the kind of marinade that makes the tuna taste great no matter how you prepare it.

Heck, you can even overcook the tuna and it will still be great!

This salad bowl contains sweet and savory seared tuna inlaid with sesame seeds.

Frankly, the tuna slices alone are delicious enough to be their own dish.

But this is a salad, so you can also toss the tuna through other mix-ins.

For this recipe, add arugula, diced avocado, jalapenos, and brown rice to the bowl.

All of these are topped with a refreshing dressing of soy sauce, garlic, Sriracha and lime juice.

Of course there must be a recipe for a tuna sandwich on this list!

The one I chose for this collection is a spicy pan bagnat, an elevated version of the classic sandwich.

This French sandwich consists of canned tuna with a creamy spread. It is made from onions, garlic and capers cooked in red wine vinegar.

I mean, talk about the next level!

To make the sandwich, fill baguette halves with the onion-garlic spread, tuna, tomatoes, roasted peppers, sliced ​​boiled eggs, and more.

Let’s finish with a simple dish that really highlights the deliciousness of ahi tuna.

I have another fantastic seared tuna recipe for you.

Here, the tuna steaks are marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, garlic and lime to give them umami-rich flavors.

Once seared, slice the steaks and serve with white rice for a hearty, healthy and delicious Asian meal.

Yellowfin Tuna RecipesYellowfin Tuna Recipes

!function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s)
{if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod?
n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)};
if(!f._fbq)f._fbq=n;n.push=n;n.loaded=!0;n.version=’2.0′;
n.queue=[];t=b.createElement(e);t.async=!0;
t.src=v;s=b.getElementsByTagName(e)[0];
s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,s)}(window, document,’script’,
‘https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js’);
fbq(‘init’, ‘729588634147624’);
fbq(‘track’, ‘PageView’);