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#12241644 - 05/11/17 04:16 PM Grilling yellowfin tuna tips needed
tds Offline
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Just got back from Cabo with a lot of yellowfin tuna and have never grilled it before. We had some cooked for us while there. They basically oiled it, salt and peppered, hot grill four minutes per side. It was great.

Any suggestions or don't do this suggestions? Thanks.

Terry

Edited and changed "yellowtail' to yellowfin


Edited by tds (05/14/17 09:03 PM)

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#12241688 - 05/11/17 04:47 PM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: tds]
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no wrong way except OVER cooking it ,if you must cook it .
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#12241744 - 05/11/17 05:54 PM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: tds]
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coat with olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder. grill 1 1/2 min on each side. works every time.
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#12242428 - 05/12/17 06:00 AM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: tds]
tds Offline
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Thanks.

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#12243942 - 05/13/17 09:36 AM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: tds]
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https://www.360tuna.com/threads/mind-blowing-tuna-burgers-you-gotta-try-this.27318/ other than a light sear or smoked this is the only other way I cook tuna and it is awsome !


Edited by trlrman (05/13/17 09:37 AM)
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#12244610 - 05/13/17 10:48 PM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: tds]
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Originally Posted By: tds
Just got back from Cabo with a lot of yellowtail tuna


Hey Terry, I hate to sound like a nit-picker, but do you mean California yellowtail, or yellowfin tuna? If it's the former, then recipes for amberjack will work quite well, as they're very closely related.

But, if you do mean yellowfin tuna, then just ignore me and carry on.
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#12245613 - 05/14/17 08:59 PM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: tds]
tds Offline
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Uncle Zeek, Yes, yellowfin tuna. This is all new to me. Thanks for helping me learn.

Trirman, The burger recipe sounds great. We will give it a go.

Terry

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#12245841 - 05/15/17 06:16 AM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: tds]
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Did you by chance bring back the tuna collar? That is better than lobster.
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#12246323 - 05/15/17 11:42 AM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: smooth move]
butch sanders Offline
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Originally Posted By: smooth move
coat with olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder. grill 1 1/2 min on each side. works every time.


yep
i like squeezing lime on there & a nice red sauce or soy

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#12246704 - 05/15/17 03:20 PM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: txshotgun]
tds Offline
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Did you by chance bring back the tuna collar? That is better than lobster.

No I did not. I saw the cleaning guys keeping them for themselves though. I found out later that they were good eating. for sure will next time.

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#12249308 - 05/17/17 07:09 AM Re: Grilling yellowtail tuna tips needed [Re: tds]
txshotgun Offline
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Originally Posted By: tds
Did you by chance bring back the tuna collar? That is better than lobster.

No I did not. I saw the cleaning guys keeping them for themselves though. I found out later that they were good eating. for sure will next time.


The guys that cleaned our tuna down in Venice were going to use them for crab bait.
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