Ahi, a species of Yellowfin Tuna, is meaty, steak-like and very dense. High in healthy fats and proteins, Ahi Tuna melts in your mouth when cooked properly. Ahi Tuna sports a sweet, moderate flavor often accompanied with Asian seasonings.
Cooking Tips & Recipes
Cooking Tuna steaks are one of the easiest fish to cook, especially because the deep red/purple color of raw Tuna changes to grey when cooked. 1 1/2 inch thick steaks are typically seared for a few minutes on each side, leaving the inside medium to medium-rare.
Raw preparation *this product should not be consumed raw* The FDA requires certain freezing requirements to certify products as “sushi, or sashimi-grade.” If you want to enjoy Ahi Tuna raw, checkout our Sashimi Grade products: Ahi Saku block, Ahi Poke Cubes, and Ground Ahi.
*consuming raw or undercooked seafood may increase your risk for foodborne illness, especially for at-risk populations.