Ahi Tuna Portions - 5 lbs..
From Popular Demand...AHI TUNA is here!
Wild caught from the remote Islands of Indonesia and the Philippines. We are now carrying 6 oz. Ahi Tuna portions to be delivered directly to you through our home delivery and nationwide shipping programs. This is an absolute favorite and perfect for all of you Sushi Lovers! Excellent for sushi or grilling this fish will not disappoint!
Skinless and boneless and packed in 6 oz. vacuum sealed portions, this is perfect to have on hand for those cravings!
All Shipments for MT & WY are shipped Monday - Wednesday. All other states are shipped Monday - Tuesday. If you place an order after these days it will ship the following Monday. Shipping fees do apply to applicable states at checkout.
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Ahi Tuna Portions - 5 lbs..
Perfect sized portions and amazing quality.
Japanese Take on Preparation
This sushi grade tuna is excellent on its own or with a little fuss can be elevated to something special.
Six-Minute Seared Ahi Tuna Steaks
These Seared Ahi Tuna Steaks (also known as yellowfin or bigeye tuna) take only SIX MINUTES to cook to medium-rare perfection and are bursting with delicious umami flavor from the soy sauce and toasted sesame honey marinade recipe! And since marinating is optional, you can whip this tuna steak recipe up at a moment’s notice. I like serving these seared tuna steaks with rice and green beans, or simply over a bed of greens with an Asian-style salad dressing.
How to sear the tuna steaks
The fact that the tuna is served medium-rare accounts for its extremely fast cooking time. Just marinate the tuna in a mixture of soy sauce, oil, salt, and pepper (with some cayenne for some heat, if you want) preferably for at least ten minutes, or overnight.
For a typical ahi tuna steak (about 1.5″ thick), sear on each side for about two minutes (less time for rare; more time for medium). I recommend using a nonstick skillet for this, or a very well seasoned cast iron skillet (fish has a tendency to stick, and you don’t want to risk the beautiful seared outer layer sticking to the pan!).
Also, it’s important to get the pan SEARING hot before adding the fish. You want the outside to cook very quickly, while leaving the inside raw, so it should be as hot as possible before beginning to sear. I usually heat the pan for 3-5 minutes.
Ahi tuna steaks cut into…
Excellent tuna at a good price!
We tried the tuna last week. It was delicious seared to rare on the grill. I coated it with olive oil and a sprinkle of “Everything but the Bagel” seasoning. Very good!