Member's Mark Center-Cut Ahi Tuna Steaks by Treasures of the Sea (2 lbs.)
Why we love this
Tuna is the new steak. Each one is easy to prepare with your favorite marinade, but salt and pepper go a long way to bring out the naturally good flavors.
About this item
- Wild caught ahi tuna
- Naturally low in fat
- Great source of protein
- 2 pounds of individually packaged tuna steaks
- Easy to prepare
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Tuna steaks are the new beef steak. Member's Mark™ Center-Cut Ahi Tuna Steaks by Treasures from the Sea® (2 lbs.) are easy to prepare with your favorite rub or marinade. Simply adding salt and pepper also goes a long way to bring out the naturally delicious flavors of this quality seafood. These tuna steaks are sure to become your new favorite dinner staple.
How Do You Cook Tuna Steaks?
With a firm texture and medium taste, Member's Mark Center-Cut Ahi Tuna Steaks by Treasures from the Sea are always delicious, no matter how you cook them. Remember to remove the pieces to be eaten from their individual vacuum-sealed pouches and let them thaw in the refrigerator for 8 to 12 hours. After the tuna steaks are thawed, you can marinate them in anything from soy sauce to lemon juice to your favorite salad dressing, or ditch the marinade and add just a pinch of salt and pepper. Put the tuna steaks on the grill, pan sear them or maybe just warm them on the stove. Any way you choose to prepare them, you’ll have a delicious and healthy meal. Serve as an entree or cut the tuna steak into small pieces for salad toppings or hors d’oeuvres.
How Much Is One Serving?
One serving of Member's Mark Center-Cut Ahi Tuna Steaks by Treasures from the Sea is 3.5 ounces, which equals about nine servings per two pound bag. Due to variations in the sizes of fish, each bag is packaged by weight and not by pieces of fish. There are approximately 4-7 pieces of tuna per bag.
What’s the Difference between Wild Caught and Farm Raised Seafood?
Put simply, wild caught seafood is exactly what it sounds like—fish caught in the wild, whether that's a river, lake, or the ocean. The nutritional quality of the fish depends largely on what it eats. In the wild, fish eat a natural diet and tend to have a slightly lower level of saturated fat than farm raised fish. Farmed fish may be slightly higher in omega-3 fatty acids, presumably due to the fortified feed used by fish farms.