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How to Cook Fresh Tuna in 6 Flavourful Recipes

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How to Cook Fresh Tuna in 6 Flavourful Recipes

Fresh tuna is a meaty and versatile fish, and with so many fresh tuna recipes to choose between, from delicate tartare to mouth watering pan seared steaks, it's time to think beyond canned.

So, forget the tin opener, and explore the versatility of fresh tuna instead. Perfect for salads and starters or a simple steak as a main course. See our fresh tuna recipes below and discover a whole new world of delicate flavour.

When buying fresh tuna follow our 6 expert tips here on what to look out for, from smell and colour to feel and certification.

Fresh Tuna Recipes

NICOISE SALAD WITH FRESH TUNA 

Using fresh tuna steaks elevates salad nicoise to new heights making this a healthy and nutritious lunchtime salad.

TUNA CARPACCIO, PISTACHIO ESSENCE AND VEGETABLE SPROUTS

Filippo Gozzoli, chef at Pescheria Da Claudio restaurant in Milan gave us this tasty tuna carpaccio recipe. Using the freshest of tuna the fish is complimented by shiso and sakura sprouts, tapenade and oven baked tomatoes.

TUNA TARTARE WITH FOIE GRAS AND CARAMELIZED EGGPLANT

Chef Roberto Okabe from Finger's restaurant in Milan gave us this luxurious appetizer including foie gras, caramalised aubergine and tuna tartare.

SANDWICH WITH TUNA AND PEPPERS

Rustle up the ultimate tuna sandwich with this simple recipe that packs a punch - grilled tuna steaks, pink in the middle, a generous serving of peppers and a dressing packed between good quality bread.

GRILLED TUNA SKEWERS WITH ORANGE AND GINGER ON COUSCOUS

Chargrilled tuna skewers and couscous are a light and healthy way to enjoy tuna and a perfect mid week dinner solution.

TUNA AND NEGI SUSHI ROLL

If you've never tried making sushi this is a great recipe to get you started on something simple and delicious.

Chef Jamie Oliver teaches us how to cook the perfect tuna steak with his fail safe technique:

 

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