Pan Seared Tuna Steaks

Well Helloooooo there dinner!

Doesn’t this tuna steak look incredible? Simply mouth-watering, juicy and tender! Yum!

The great thing about this meal is that it all happens quickly, in one pan! (As the party typically responsible for nightly dish duty, this rocked my socks off).

Think only a few minutes to prepare and cook then enjoy! Plus, it is such a healthy option and ideal for a light evening dinner.

Mr. B pan seared these steaks on the stove top in our cast iron pan in a little oil and sprinkled reasonably with blackened old bay seasoning. Turn with a spatula or tongs when the color change shows about 1/4th of the way up the steak, cook the same amount of time of the back side, about 15 minutes.

Don’t forget to pair with a perfect side like some bok choy too!

Have any good tuna steak recipes to share?



  1. I adore seared tuna steak! The first time I tried one was at St. Ambreus in the Hamptons {have you ever been} and I fell in love. Ahi tuna pairs well with watermelon too!

    1. I haven’t been….yet… that is. I know how easy it is to fall in love if the tuna is seared perfectly. Mmmm… I never had it with watermelon. I will make sure to try that when the watermelon trucks come out in full force here.

        1. Yes! My husband laughs because I hear them coming with the loud speaker announcement playing from their truck… I go running… chasing it down as if I were a kid after the ice-cream truck.

          1. I would do the same haha. They should make this an international thing- everyone loves watermelon.

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