Sometimes the most delicious recipes use the simplest ingredients. This is one of them. Featuring Everything Nut Crumbs – a nut-based bread crumb alternative – and high-quality tuna! Ingredients: 1/2 lb. ahi tuna (recommend sushi grade) 1/4 c. Everything Nut Crumbs 1/4 c. milk (milk substitutes work too) 1 egg 1 T. butter 1T. olive oil Directions: …
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Yellowtail and yellowfin often get confused. In this post we’ll explain the difference between yellowtail vs yellowfin tuna… The seafood industry has long been challenged by mislabeling. Sometimes it unfortunately happens with intent. For example, when a sushi bar calls escolar “white tuna”, even though albacore is the only fish that can claim that moniker. …
TUNA “I had 16 pounds of Tuna and Halibut FedEx overnight for a weekend family party. I will never buy my fish anywhere else from now on–service, packaging and quality unbelievable, not to mention the value.” – ROGER W. Get Ready To Explore… Your Next Meal Starts Here! Ahi Loin (Maguro), Wild Pacific Sushi Grade …
In Japan the term saku means block. Saku is commonly served as maguro in sushi bars. Because of its uniformity, yellowfin saku is often preferred by Japanese chefs for sashimi and other sliced presentations.
Ideal for making ahi sushi or for pan searing, our premium yellowfin saku is boneless and skinless with blood line removed. It has been super-frozen at -40 degrees Celsius in under an hour to eliminate deterioration of the cells in the meat. The result is a noticeably firmer texture. It has also been treated with carbon monoxide (CO) for color enhancement.
This wild product originates in Asia and is provided by Krimson, a brand known by chefs for consistent quality and exact portions. Frozen/vacuum packed pieces are approximately 11 oz each.
Catalina’s Choice Solid Pack Tuna in Olive Oil features U.S. hook-and-line bigeye and yellowfin, both also referred to as “ahi”.
This premium, responsibly harvested tuna is wild caught in the Eastern Pacific by U.S. fishing vessels, landed in San Diego and processed and packed in the USA. Hand-cut and cooked once, it is all natural, with no additives or preservatives.
Though our fresh, local, sustainably sourced tuna has always been a big seller, canning any unsold product enables us to ensure the precious resource is even more well-managed. Additionally, it celebrates San Diego’s beloved history. The city was once known as the “Tuna Capital of the World”!
Enjoy Catalina’s Choice Solid Pack Tuna in Olive Oil on crackers, sandwiches, over salads, pastas and more. And remember, there’s no need to drain the olive oil!
Be sure to also try our Catalina’s Choice Solid Pack Smoked Tuna in Olive Oil!
Ingredients: Tuna (bigeye/yellowfin), Olive Oil
This premium, responsibly harvested tuna is wild caught in the Eastern Pacific by U.S. fishing vessels, landed in San Diego and processed and packed in the USA. Hand-cut and cooked once, it is all natural, with no additives or preservatives. Enjoy Catalina’s Choice Smoked Solid Pack Tuna in Olive Oil on crackers, sandwiches, over salads, pastas and more. And remember, there’s no need to drain the olive oil!
Ingredients: Tuna (bigeye/yellowfin), Olive Oil, Salt
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Though our fresh, local, responsibly sourced tuna has always been a big seller, canning any unsold product enables us to ensure the precious resource is even more well-managed. Additionally, it celebrates San Diego’s beloved history. Our home city was once known as the “Tuna Capital of the World”!
Albacore (Thunnus alaunga) is the only tuna species which may be marketed as “white meat tuna” in the U.S. When prepared for sushi, it is known as shiro maguro.
Albacore offers a rich yet mild flavor profile and desirable texture that’s firm like other tunas but less so than Ahi. Albacore also has a higher fat content than Ahi, resulting in a richness of taste and melt-in-your mouth texture that makes it an excellent alternative to bluefin toro. When cooked, its pink meat turns white and provides dense texture with large, moist flakes.
Our sashimi grade albacore is harvested from the U.S. Northern Pacific at “the cold-water edge,” where the warm tropical water meets cold arctic currents. “Surface Catch” out of these areas produces some of the highest oil content albacore tuna in the world. Fish are brought aboard the vessel live, immediately bled and Frozen at Sea (FAS) by being placed in blast freezers within minutes of being caught. In the blast, heat is quickly extracted, and the core temperature of the whole fish is pulled down to a minimum of – 20° F. Stringent handling and rapid freezing guarantee this product is of the highest sashimi-grade quality.
This particular sashimi grade Pacific albacore is certified to the MSC Fisheries Standard, a science-based set of requirements for sustainable fishing.
So simple and totally satisfying. Serves 2. Copyright Catalina Offshore Products. Ingredients: 3 Tbsp room temp unsalted butter 2 tsp soy sauce 1/2 tsp ground ginger 2 (6-8 oz) sushi grade Ahi steaks skin off 1 1/2 tsp sesame oil 2 tsp salt 4 tsp Togarashi (more to taste) Juice of half a lemon 1 …
A spicy tuna roll is one of the most popular dishes at sushi bars. It’s also a great place to start when making sushi for the first time. This recipe makes 4 rolls (24 pieces) Ingredients: 4 cups cooked sushi rice* 4 sheets nori (dried seaweed) 1/2 lb fresh tuna 1/4 tsp hot sesame oil …
This dish packs a deliciously spicy kick and comes together in mere minutes. Serves 2-4. Ingredients: 1lb sushi grade Ahi (yellowfin or bigeye tuna, divided into half portions. You could also use good quality albacore.) Salt 1 tsp sesame oil, divided Togarashi Ponzu How to Prepare: Pat fish portions dry with paper towel. Rub sesame oil …