7 Things To Do With Tuna

Tuna is a godsend, and come warm weather it’s many times the protein we’re dying to order in restaurants. But what about cooking it at home? Doing both is no doubt a great idea, because this lean protein (which we’re slightly addicted to) increases energy, lowers cholesterol, decreases inflammation, and aids in weight loss.

When we pay our favorite seafood market a visit, in pursuit of a beautiful filet that will impress our dinner company, tuna never lets us down (when grilled up or pan seared, it tastes as delicious as a hunk of steak).  So what will it be? Melt-in-your-mouth seared Ahi? Ceviche? A classic Nicoise salad? See above for the seven things we’re telling you to do with tuna when you’re cooking at home this season…

For ideas on what to do with salmon see here. And for great seafood restaurants in NYC read this