Ahi! Seared Ahi Tuna and Cucumber Salad with Tamari Vinaigrette

A h i !

It’s what’s for dinner. At least at my house!

This was some of the most incredible looking ahi I’ve seen. Raw, sashimi grade (meaning it’s edible raw), lightly seasoned, FRESH, and melty-in-your-mouth wonderful. A powerhouse of a protein food, too.

With a meat like this, the light powder of sea salt and freshly ground pepper bring out the flavor without overwhelming it’s taste. Naturally Paleo, gluten free and dairy free.

Try out this simple dish when you’re in a time crunch or just craving something super fresh. Fast and simple. And customizable, allowing for many variations without much work.

What could be better than that?

 

Yum? Oh yes, YUM!

…because really, what could be better than simple?

…and because I’m a huge fan of raw fish. It’s just undeniably delicious.

Ahi? Fish? Raw? Cooked? What’s your preference?

17 thoughts on “Ahi! Seared Ahi Tuna and Cucumber Salad with Tamari Vinaigrette

  1. EmilyI live in utah as well and was wondering if you are going to adusjt your own planting schedule this year because of the mild winter and now warmer spring we are having. I would like to get a headststart but I don’t knoe if I should take the chance or not. What do you think?Cindy

  2. the photos say it all! i have never been a fan of eating fish but i think that this is really a good recipe! i would love to taste it! thank you so much for sharing this mouth watering post!

  3. I love Ahi but only when it is sushi grade and barely seared. I got SUPER spoiled on our honeymoon in Hawaii because we would get fresh caught Ahi almost every night for dinner. It was unlike anything I had ever tasted. Literally we would see it being carried off the boat (fresh caught) and into the kitchen. It was amazing.

  4. God! That ahi tuna looks so delicious! I really need to go out and eat one of that.
    But I can’t see a perfectly looking tuna like this one.

  5. Ahi is delicous no matter how it is prepared, but I definitely prefer it raw. Depending on where I am, that is. IF it looks like a sketchy place, I won’t do the raw thing. If I am in Wisconsin? Chances are it isn’t super fresh. I’m trying to plan a beach vacation for this winter, and there will definitely be an island and LOTS of fresh raw tuna involved!

  6. ALRIGHT … Now that may be your most DELISCIOUS post yet!!! Although I am quite partial to the pic of you lugging that Goodyear tire over your head!! Nice job lady!!!
    EW

  7. Oh my lanta this is amazing. I adore seared ahi tuna, it’s gotta be one of my all-time favorite dishes. Thanks for the tips and recipe!

  8. I dont even like seafood but this looks delicious. I always think this type of tuna looks beautiful photographed!

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