Top Rated Tuna Recipes

Tarragon
You can serve this quick and tasty tuna recipe on a bed of lettuce and eat it with crispy whole wheat crackers. If you want it a touch creamier, try adding a small spoonful of non-fat sour cream. 
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4.5
Pita Pockets
Pita pockets stuffed full of brain-powering tuna make a great mid-week lunch.This recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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4.5
Nigiri Sushi
Unlike the adorable little sushi rolls that feature meat, seafood, or vegetables wrapped in rice and then wrapped again in seafood, Nigiri simply combines rice and seafood into tasty little pieces. Want to eat it like the Japanese do? Skip the chopsticks this time.This recipe is courtesy of The Food Network.
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4.5
Blackening fish is an easy method of cooking them in a seasoned skillet to produce a dark-brown exterior and a wonderfully moist interior. Although the blackened fish may look slightly burned, if cooked properly it will taste heavenly. While the use of a cast-iron skillet is preferred, a sauté pan also can be used with good results.This recipe was originally published in "Ralph Brennan's New Orleans Seafood Cookbook," and is used with permission. 
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4.5
Butter Bean Salad
In less than 20 minutes, this beautiful, protein-packed salad will be ready to eat.This recipe is courtesy of Food and Wine.
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4.333335
Can't decide between salmon or tuna tartare? Parfait them. Want more from David Burke? Check out his weekly column for The Daily Meal. 
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4
The All-In Salad
The fun thing about this salad is that everyone can create their own version of the dish. If you’re serving this salad at a party or potluck, have each of your friends bring one of the necessary items then, when everyone arrives, have fun building your salads.Recipe courtesy of Lisa Gorman, Director of St. Joseph Health Wellness CenterClick here for more of our best salad recipes.
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Salade Niҫoise
I love a good salade niҫoise because it's a little more meaty than a regular salad with delicious vegetables that really make it into a full meal!Recipe courtesy of Miami-based, award-winning cookbook author, nutritionist, and culinary instructor Robyn Webb, who's hosting this year's Wellness Week at Mexico's "Beyond All-Inclusive, Beyond All Compare" Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit.
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3.75
Pasta With Tuna and Tomato Cream Sauce
Make this pasta dish to feed the kids on those busy evenings. Swap the regular spaghetti for whole-wheat for an even healthier meal.This recipe is courtesy of Maya Kitchenette.
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Vitello tonnato is a classic Italian dish of sliced veal with a mayonnaise-based sauce. For this recipe, chef Greg Hardesty of Recess in Indianapolis puts a Hoosier-touch to it by replacing the veal with pork and adding cayenne and pickled okra. 
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3.5
It may be a bit of a stretch to call this dish a casserole — it's not baked and it's not made in a traditional casserole dish — but that's what I grew up calling it. This no-bake tuna casserole was a staple in my house growing up (and it's still a favorite to this day), and it's the epitome of comfort food. Noodles, cheese, green peas, and tuna — doesn't get much easier (or delicious!) than that. I've made this version a tiny bit healthier by subbing in whole-grain penne and nonfat milk, but feel free to go for full-on comfort food if you want! Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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3
tuna
The combination of tuna salad and egg salad is inspired by a frequent sandwich made by my mother, and this recipe is spruced up with a spicy idea from a previous SWAT ingredient. With the addition of some good bread and an herb salad mix (or watercress, if you can find it), it is a sandwich most might not think of making, but one that makes lunch (or breakfast) so much better.
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1.5