We were gifted some beautiful yellowfin tuna steaks caught by our neighbor - what would you do?!
Our neighbor deep-sea fishes a few times a year and brought us back some incredible yellowfin tuna. It was frozen right after being filleted. He indicated to us it was sushi grade and we could thaw and eat it raw, or give it a quick sear on the grill. We have plenty to try a few different recipes over the next few weeks. It's high enough quality that I don't think I want to make something very overpowering or complex - we want to taste the flavor prominently.
So, what would you do?
And, given the explosion of spring produce hitting our area right now (including wild things such as ramps and morels), how might you try and use those with the tuna?
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What time is dinner? ;-)
Or a poke like this one: