Top Rated Tuna Recipes

Tuna Salad
If this tuna salad is good enough for the president, it’s good enough for us.This recipe is courtesy of Recipe Land.
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For an easy meal prep dish that is as delicious as it is good for you, whip up this quick tuna salad. You can store it for about five days, and can be eaten as a sandwich (make it gluten-free by putting it in a lettuce wrap) or a side to another meal.
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This childhood classic is getting an upgrade. Tuna fish is mixed with tartar sauce and served on top of tomato and lettuce. Recipe courtesy of Mccormick
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Tuna steaks are surprisingly easy to prepare and the meat is tender and super light — great for hot nights when you don’t want to spend a lot of time cooking.This recipe is courtesy of Living the Gourmet
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The dressing in this easy and delicious tuna and rice salad is packed with crunchy corn, hearty black beans and other Southwestern flavors of freshly squeezed lime juice, chipotle peppers in adobo sauce and fresh cilantro.Recipe courtesy of Emily Paster, West of the Loop. 
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With locations in New York, Boston, Miami, Las Vegas, and internationally, Zuma creates some of the best Japanese cuisine on the planet. This is their spicy tuna roll recipe, which you'll find is simple enough to make at home, even for a novice sushi-maker. Be sure to buy the highest quality sushi-grade tuna at your local fish market. If your grocery store doesn't carry some of the Japanese ingredients, don't fret! The sushi will still be delicious if it's missing some of the elements. Feel free to play around with other common sushi ingredients like scallions, sriracha, chili oil, etc.For an even easier version, you could skip the rolling and simply combine all of the ingredients without the nori to create a spicy tuna bowl. Recipe courtesy of Zuma.
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Who ever said that sushi and fries don’t go together? The spicy combination of tuna and mayonnaise tastes just as good without the rice and seaweed paper and placed on a raft of fries. Just don’t forget the spicy wasabi mayonnaise. Click  here to see 15 Over-the-Top Fry Recipes
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Macaroni salad is a delicious side dish for any backyard barbecue, party, or family dinner. 
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Tuna is always thought of a steak, but cutting it this way makes it look a like T-bone steak. First I sear the T-bone so it has a crisp texture and then finish it in the oven to ensure that it's cooked thoroughly without burning.    Want more David Burke? Check out his weekly column for The Daily Meal
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Tuna Noodle Casserole
This is my absolute, without a doubt, favorite food of all time. My mother made it for me on a weekly basis growing up and I have continued to make it for myself as often as possible since leaving her loving nest. It's comfort food at its most comforting and I love it. I adapted my mother's recipe to make it a lactose-free experience, without sacrificing any taste! Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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Tuna Salad Sandwich
A great way to serve this salad is to slice a 9-inch round focaccia in half horizontally, fill it with the tuna, and press a plate down on top of the round bread. Place a heavy can or weight on top for an hour, and the dressing will seep into the bread. Slice and serve.
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Ahi Tuna and Mushroom Bake
Prepared medium rare, ahi tuna is a real delicacy, so make sure you buy sushi-grade fish from a quality purveyor. You might think “fresh” tuna is the best option, but when fish is flash-frozen after it’s caught and remains that way until you thaw it for cooking, it will retain quality and be safer to consume at rare or medium-rare temperatures. Excerpted from Sheet Pan Paleo (Ulysses Press, 2016) by Pamela Ellgen.
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