These Asian tuna nachos are light and tasty, and even the non-seafood lovers enjoy them. With one bite, you can experience four contrasting notes: the crunch of the chip against the soft tuna, and the salt on the wonton and tuna against the sweetness of the balsamic reduction.
Yellowfin tuna, also know as Ahi tuna, is used in many raw seafood dishes because of its “sushi-grade” quality. This fish is also perfect for grilling, but should always be served rare. Great for any occasion, this light meal highlights fresh, lightly-blanched vegetables.