These Ahi Tuna Recipes Will Satisfy Your Take-out Cravings

Ahi tuna (also known as yellowfin tuna) is a sushi classic – but there are many different ways to enjoy it. You can quickly cook ahi tuna from the comfort of your home and get those same flavors you crave (plus save on take-out costs)!

It also combines well with many dressings, from tropical fruits to wasabi and from spicy mayo to soy. While it is often enjoyed raw, it also holds together well for cooking.

So, take a peek at the recipes to make ahi tuna. It's fun, fresh, and delicious – your favorite take-out places may start missing you.

The most refreshing ahi tuna poke bowls pack big flavors and textures. Marinate the tuna to perfection in a (gluten-free) soy and toasted sesame oil marinade before serving over rice.

Poke Bowl (with Spicy Mayo)

This Nicoise salad is vibrant, fresh, and delicious. We've got endive alongside a spicy tuna rub for a different take on this classic French dish. Both play well with traditional ingredients like haricots verts (green beans), hard-boiled eggs, and Nicoise olives.

Nicoise Salad With Seared Ahi Tuna

Bright and spicy, this dazzling nachos brings together an exciting array of textures and flavors. The ahi tuna is marinated in an umami-packed sauce, and the wontons are fried up fresh and crispy.

Ahi Tuna Poke Nachos With Wontons

This seared ahi tuna gets a ton of flavor from the sesame seed crust. It also contains kosher salt and sugar, which helps with caramelization.

Sesame-crusted Seared Ahi Tuna

This dish might take time and effort, but it's a show-stopper. Fresh flavor is the name of the game here, as the perfectly seasoned ahi tuna is crusted in parsley, chives, and tarragon.

Chilled Herb-crusted Tuna Salad Recipe

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