Tuna Fish meat is bright red in its raw state but, when cooked, turns brown to greyish-tan, has a firm texture, and contains the valued Omega 3 oil. This yellowfin tuna is caught by longline vessels in the Pacific Ocean, a dolphin-safe fishing method. It is a popular replacement for the endangered Bluefin tuna
- Yellowfin is excellent raw, but for grilling and broiling its needs to be cut into thin slices.
- Yellowfin is also served raw as sashimi and in sushi.
- Try this tuna with a marination of white wine, a little oil, and some brown sugar for an hour or two before grilling.
YELLOWFIN TUNA (≥95%), water, salt, antioxidants E-331 and E-301, acidity corrector E-500, natural flavour. Contains FISH. It may have fish bones.
Lactose Free: Yes
Suitable for Vegetarians: No
Suitable for Vegan: No
Gluten Free: Yes
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