Tuna Tartare Recipe

This Tuna Tartare Recipe is a great way to enjoy fresh fish and fresh flavor!

20 min. 1 serv.
35 ratings

If you enjoy the fresh taste of sushi, this delicious tuna tartare recipe is sure to be a hit. Acidic flavors help offset the fresh tuna, while crispy celery adds delicious crunch and balance to the meal’s profile. Try tuna tartare for a fresh dinner that can’t be beat!

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7 Oz Fresh tuna, sliced
1 Cup Young asparagus bean sprouts
1 Cup Tomato
1 Celery stalks, thinly sliced
1 Garlic scape, chopped
2 Tbsp Lime juice
2 Tbsp Soy sauce
1 Tbsp Olive oil
1 Tbsp Dijon mustard
1 Tsp Lime zest
1 Tsp Pickled ginger


Did you know?

It’s recommended by many nutritionists to avoid excessive fish consumption as there’s always a risk of mercury contamination and eventual build-up, but a few studies have shown that, thanks to the presence of selenoneine, tuna might not have the same associated risks. Additionally, tuna provides a ton of selenium that helps eliminate and manage free radicals in the body. Finally, when you cook tuna, either through steaming or searing, you create peptides with strong antioxidant properties, great for protecting cell membranes and protecting against the build-up of certain compounds in the body.

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Make sure you try one of these delicious seafood dishes for your next dinner: Healthier & Easy Tuna With Crust Recipe, Dim Sum Steamed Seafood Recipes, and Vanilla Mahi Mahi.

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