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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Tuna Tostadas
Recipe Courtesy of Meredith and StarKistTopping a tostada with tuna creates a nice flavor and textural contrast. The crunch of the tostada, the pop of the plum tomatoes, and the creaminess of avocado makes this a fun (and tasty) dish to eat. 
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4.5
Buffalo Tuna Dip
Recipe Courtesy of StarKistThis low stress slow cooker spicy dip is perfect for the holidays and Super Bowl Sunday. 
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4.5
While straightforward, this recipe has the flavor and look to really wow your guests into thinking you took quite a bit of time to put them together. 
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4
It's easy to add your own special twists to tacos, and I make mine with tuna, horseradish cream, and flavored ginger oil for an exciting and unique flavor. 
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4
tuna pops
Want meatballs made from something lighter than pork or beef? Try these Tuna Pops! as a lighter, fish-based healthy meatball treat.This recipe is provided by StarKist®.
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4
Grilled Nectarines
This appetizer, traditionally devoured on the beach in Hawaii, is perfect with a cold beer while watching a game.
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4
This recipe is super easy and absolutely delicious. I topped the tuna with some of the puttanese I made and it was a perfect dinner! Cindy’s little secret: I took the tuna and added the olive oil, salt and pepper (and some minced garlic) and slipped it into a sealed container and in the refrigerator for 3 hours then took out and let come to room temperature while the grill was heating. Of course the fish came from City Fish, Wethersfield, CT which is the best seafood in Connecticut!
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4
Greek Tuna Pita Pockets
Recipe Courtesy of StarKistSkip the sandwich and power up with protein-packed lemon pepper tuna in a Greek pita pocket.
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4
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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4
Preserving Tuna
Growing up, I was indifferent to tuna in a can, but the first time I had canned tuna in Spain, I completely changed my tuna tune. The Spanish are fanatical about their canned seafood, and tuna is no exception. In recent years, high-quality Spanish tuna has become available in the United States; however, it is surprisingly easy to make your own when high-quality yellowfin is available. And as I’ve said earlier, we must be careful to choose the right tuna (i.e., not bluefin). I like to fold preserved tuna with homemade all i oli and sliced cucumbers for a delicious tuna salad sandwich. Even a piece of preserved tuna on toast is great. Or toss it in a salad with cherry tomatoes, feta cheese, walnuts, and arugula. Click here to see Seamus Mullen Shares His Hero Food.
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3.5
Tuna Sliders
Here's a Japanese-inspired tuna slider recipe that's absolutely mouthwatering. A little green wasabi tobiko and spicy mayonnaise (both easily found at a Japanese supermarket) lend a kick to the fatty tuna, and just a little time in the refrigerator and a short trip to the grill are all that are needed to get these patties on some buns. See all slider recipes.
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3.5