01 Jun Tuna (Albacore, Ahi and Yellow-fin)
Eating fish just once or twice per week may reduce your chance of a fatal heart attack by a third, says MayoClinic.com. Tuna is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, among other valuable nutrients. Tuna steak is very different than the canned version and is often served cooked rare, crusted with spices or sesame seeds.
Types of TunaÂ
Bluefin tuna and yellowfin, or ahi, tuna are the two types most commonly served in steak form. Yellowfin tuna is more common than bluefin and has a light, pale pink flesh. Albacore and skipjack tuna are rarely served as steaks and are most often canned.
We are showcasing delicious Tuna recipes for you this month that will also include varieties suitable for the grill or in sushi cuisine:
For the Grill –
Yellowfin Tuna is available as a steak, loin or boneless portion; Albacore Tuna as steaks; and Ahi Tuna as boneless portions.
For Sushi Cuisine –
Ahi Tuna is also available as boneless loins for sushi rolls or as Saku block portions which may be easily sculpted to serve raw as sashimi.
Calories and Macronutrients
In 3 oz. of yellowfin tuna steak there are 110 calories, .5 g of fat and 24.78 g of protein. There are no carbohydrates in tuna.
You can pick up this and all your seafood groceries at:
Ocean Delight 307 Fernandes Business Centre, Eastern Main Rd. Trinidad
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