Randy Mayor
4 servings (serving size: 1 tuna steak and 2/3 cup tomato mixture)

Coriander has a lemon-sage flavor that complements the tuna and the fresh tomato sauce. Serve with a side of refrigerated potato wedges, roasted according to package instructions.

How to Make It

Step 1

Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Sprinkle fish with 1/4 teaspoon salt, coriander, and pepper. Coat pan with cooking spray. Add fish to pan; cook 4 minutes on each side or until desired degree of doneness.

Step 2

While fish cooks, combine remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt, tomato, and remaining ingredients. Serve tomato mixture over fish.

Ratings & Reviews

great go too dish

November 05, 2017
This one is a winner.  I've made it several times and its always a hit.  The salsa is good enough to eat all by itself.  Paired with a good wine ands served with some asparagus maybe some couscous and its better than eating out!

ljmischke's Review

November 15, 2008
Easy and yummy. We had it in November, would be a great summer dish.

TJCaudill's Review

January 13, 2014
This recipe was quick & easy to make. My husband and son both loved it. I think next time, I'll try grilling the fish. I didn't have coriander so I used a little fresh basil. I later learned that cilantro is also a good substitute for coriander. With a little feta cheese, the tomato mixture could easily be converted to a salad or side dish. This was a great recipe and I will make it again.

user's Review

January 18, 2010
Basic Mediterranean fare. Light and tasty. will make again.

ateammommy's Review

February 02, 2011
Quick, delicious, and very pretty plated too. I used mahi mahi because I had it on hand; otherwise, prepared it as written. Served with a greek salad and a steamed veggie. Will definitely make this again.

NaRa2007's Review

February 24, 2010
Easy and delicious. Made as suggested except I used canned diced tomatoes instead of fresh. Heated sauce just a little and served with tuna over whole grain spaghetti. Will definitely put in my regular rotation.