Tuna

Tuna has left behind its days as the star of a mayo-heavy salad to become one of American chefs favorite ingredients. It’s easy to see why: tuna has a meaty, extra flavorful flesh that is equally delicious raw, cured, grilled, or seared in a pan. A few minutes on the grill is enough to cook tuna; thinly slice the fillet and serve it over your favorite salad or under your favorite sauce. Even tuna salad has got a makeover: our updated tuna salads use quality canned tuna and punchy vinaigrettes to make an array of healthy, delicious dishes that you won’t want to hide between two slices of bread. Whether you’re using a fresh fillet or a can, the F&W guide to tuna has quick weeknight recipes, grilling tips, and more.

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Coriander-Cured Trout Aguachile

Lightly curing the trout in salt, sugar, and crushed spices firms the fish, and infuses it with flavor before its served with a bright and tangy lime juice dressing. Substitute the spring onions with thinly sliced red or white onions, rinsed in cold water to mellow their sharper bite.
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These Are the Best Anchovies, According to Best New Chef Daisy Ryan

Packed with umami flavor and good enough to eat from the bowl like potato chips, Cantabrian anchovies are the king of tiny fish and one of Daisy Ryan's favorite ingredients.
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Grilled Bluefish with Charred Cherries and Peppers

Baldwin’s method of grilling fish takes advantage of the cavity. Slipping a spatula into the fish, instead of on either side, makes it easier to flip and does not disturb the crispy grilled fish skin or flaky meat.
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Send Fish to Your Friends

While we can't be with most of the people we love right now, we can send them really excellent seafood.
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Black Cod with Mushrooms, Bacon, and Red Wine Sauce

A sweet and spicy take on Bordeaux-style red wine sauce makes this tender, flaky fish extra flavorful. Store-bought veal demiglace is the secret to the sauce’s depth; look for it in specialty stores or online. Mushrooms and onions add unctuous texture.
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Crispy Hake with Gingery Leeks

Tender, quick-blanched vegetables and perfectly cooked fish are served with sautéed alliums and dressed in a creamy white wine sauce in this classic bistro dish you’ll crave.
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How to Grill Whole Flatfish

Flatfish turns buttery and crisp-skinned on the grill. Here's how to make it at home.