Here's a favorite of mine: two cans low sodium diced tomatoes, two cloves garlic diced, one tbsp diced red onion, one tbsp red wine vinegar, one tbsp capers rinsed, one tbsp extra virgin olive oil. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Add salt & pepper to taste. If you like spice, add a little cayenne pepper or crushed chili flakes. Spoon over the top of the tuna.
I make this when I make my lemon-herb tuna skewers.
I like ginger-soy dressings... I think Kens makes one... depending on how you cook the tuna that would be a nice compliment to it.
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This might be a dumb question, but does anyone know of a good sauce to use or recipe, or dressing that would compliment dipping tuna in??? I'm making some tuna steaks tonight and wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions. Thanks ahead of time to anyone's input. I hope everyone has a good day
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