Ahi Tuna, also known as Yellowfin, has surged to the forefront of seafood cuisine, delivering a lean and delicious experience. you can savor these delightfully meaty steaks as you would a prime cut of beef – seared, broiled, skewered, or blackened. Ahi pairs up winningly with sources or rubs and cooks up to an appealing ivory-beige. All natural Orca Bay Ahi are harvested by long-line fishing vessels and frozen at their absolute peak.
Stir together brown sugar, orange peel, oil and pepper. Place Ahi on a plate, rub with mixture and let marinate in refrigerator for one hour.
Preheat the broiler, place steaks on broiler pan and broil about 4 inches from the heat source. Note: Fish can also be grilled.
Turn once, after about 5 minutes. You can check for doneness by cutting into the steak with a thin-bladed knife; Ahi should not be cooked well done and will continue to cook a bit after being removed from the heat.
While steaks cook, toss together fruit mixture, mint and red pepper. Spoon over warm fish and serve.