Ahi Tuna Two 6-oz. Steaks

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Nutrient-Loaded and Tasty

Product: Fresh Ahi Tuna Steaks
Quantity: Two 6-ounce steaks, boneless and skinless, sashimi grade

There are different types of tuna on the market and it can be tough to decide which are the best choices in terms of quality, health and sustainability. Now you can leave those decisions up to us! Trust us to select only the best seafood for our customers. We source our wild-caught tuna from sustainable fisheries. Order your Ahi tuna today and you’ll receive two 6-ounce sashimi grade steaks, boneless and skinless, and you’ll be able to enjoy a home cooked tuna meal.

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Serving Suggestions — Minimal cooking recommended

Ahi Tuna is a nutritious and highly flavorful fish that tastes best with minimal cooking, making it just as popular in the kitchen as it is in the dining room. Those in the know recommend grilling and searing techniques to bring out the meaty taste while preserving the buttery texture. And for a truly refreshing experience, try our fresh sashimi grade ahi tuna raw — simply slice the steaks into thin strips and dip them lightly in a sauce of your choosing. Ahi tuna is loved by adults and kids alike!

Nutrition Facts — A nutrient powerhouse

Among seafood choices, ahi tuna stands far above the crowd when we consider nutrition. One 3-ounce serving is only 92 calories and packs 20 grams of protein. Ahi tuna is dense with vitamins and minerals, each steak containing a heavy dose of vitamins B and C, niacin, thiamine, phosphorus, selenium, potassium and magnesium. In addition, ahi tuna steaks are rich with omega-3 fatty acids, an essential nutrient that has a multitude of well-known health benefits. Not only is it a nutrient powerhouse, but the low fat content of ahi tuna makes it an excellent substitute for other red meats.

Nutrition Information

Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna

  • ½ cup black sesame seeds
  • ½ cup white sesame seeds
  • 2 6 oz. Ahi steaks
  • ¼ cup olive oil
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • 1. Season Ahi steaks evenly with salt & pepper on both sides.
  • 2. In a bowl, mix together the black and white sesame seeds.
  • 3. Place Ahi steaks in bowl, thoroughly coating each side of the fish with sesame seeds. Compact the fish with your hands if needed.
  • 4. Heat the olive oil in a pan over medium heat; sear each side of the Ahi until seeds are golden brown in color (approx. 30-45 seconds on each side).
  • 5. Slice the Ahi & serve warm.
  • Serving Suggestion: Serve sliced tuna over a bed of greens or accompany with steamed white or brown rice.
    Garnish with thinly-sliced scallions.