Tag Archive: Tuna


Sprinkle flavored salt and pepper liberally on both sides of tuna steaks.  Rub with a little olive oil blend and let sit on a plate until it reaches room temperature.  I topped mine off with a little balsamic glaze and miso ginger honey dressing.  Teriyaki is also good.


Heat skillet with a little coconut or red palm oil  to high heat, almost to smoking.

Sear tuna on first side until cooked almost halfway up the sides.

Turn and sear other side.


Tuna Lettuce Wraps


4 cans tuna (I used the Italian light in olive oil)

4 hard boiled eggs, chopped

1 granny smith apple, shredded

1 large carrot, shredded

1/4 c. sweet pickle relish

1/2 c. spicy mayonnaise (I used Carla’s True South)

Drain tuna.  Combine with remaining ingredients.  Refrigerate overnight.  Serve on lettuce leaves.

We had it with avocado, tomatoes, cucumber, peppers and olives.

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