No matter how you are cooking you're tuna, whether barbecuing, baking, grilling or searing it; using tinned tuna in salads or pasta, we've got the recipes here.
This is a great dish with a Weetbix and cheese topping gives the dish a crunchy /nutty taste. My whole family loves it.
Fried tuna and potato cakes, something different to do with tuna. Ease up on the seasonings a little if you wish and use fresh garlic if you don't have the powder. Serve with salsa or mayonnaise.
You can use this marinade on any fish you like and it works well, but tuna is especially good. Enjoy!
Thick tuna stakes are cubed then marinated in a honey lime fish sauce for an hour. They are stir fried with fresh tomato, spring onion and a diced red chilli.
Tuna is great seared and in this case the Cajun seasoning is a wonderful addition to the flavour. Traditionally it is cooked until the seasoning turns black, but this not necessary.
This is a great antipasto with crusty bread and glass of red. This recipe makes a lot so I usually give some jars away.
This tuna salad combines all of my husband's favourite flavours....olives, pickles, onions, garlic, mustard, eggs etc. This is no ordinary tuna sandwich! Make it the night before so the flavours develop and you'll have hearty, flavoursome sandwiches to take to work the next day.
A low fat, easy and delicious tuna salsa. I can't believe how much I like this! The recipe can easily be multiplied. Use in sandwiches or serve on top of lettuce or with corn chips.
A good starter that combines fresh tuna with a sesame soy dressing. Make sure to use the freshest tuna available.
Tuna fillets glazed with honey and seasoned with lime and coriander. Cooking time will depend on how you like them done!