The wonders of tuna can’t be contained in a can. Fresh tuna is a rock star off the grill, in sandwiches and on salads.

Ahi Tuna Confit
Plan ahead for days of deliciousness. Seasonings add an herbal complexity while confit preparation keeps tuna fresh for a week and a half or more.
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Grilled Tuna Steaks with Asian Sesame Crust
A 20-minute soy-ginger marinade gets you started. As little as three minutes per side on the grill yields 52 grams of protein per serving.
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Six-Minute Seared Ahi Tuna Steaks
A lightly sweet and spicy marinade sears the outside, yet each bite is tender and juicy beneath the surface.
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Seared Tuna Sandwich with Balsamic Onions
Tuna sandwiches on the brain? Enjoy freshly-made tuna in less than 20 minutes, with a garlicky seasoning you won’t find in a can.
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Tuna Sashimi with Sesame Seeds, Carrots and Noodles
Prepare this traditional Japanese appetizer with just 1-2 minutes of searing. Turn it into a full meal with a hearty helping of egg noodles and carrot ribbons.
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Sheet Pan Lemon Herb Tuna Steaks and Potatoes
Give tuna the one-pan treatment alongside potatoes, parmesan cheese and Italian seasonings. Simply toss, spread, roast and enjoy.
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Tuna Tostadas, Contramar Style
Authentic tostadas in the tradition of Contramar, Mexico bring together unique flavors and textures. Homemade aioli sauce adds a pleasant spiciness.
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Pan-Fried or Grilled Tuna Burgers
Tuna combines with ginger, scallions and sesame oil for a true umami experience. DIY grinding is easy; so is the pan-frying or grilling.
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Niçoise Tuna Salad with Dijon Dressing
Salad as a main meal makes more sense when tuna gets involved. With hard boiled eggs and vegetables, summer dinners never had it so good.
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Tuna Teriyaki
Enjoy restaurant-style tuna teriyaki from your own home kitchen. Brushed with Japanese flavors and broiled, it comes out sweet and thick, with just enough crisp.
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