Recent Examples of ahi from the Web
Look for yellowfin tuna (also known as ahi) at the fish counter.
The best seller is the truffle tuna bite, with ahi tuna topped with sturgeon caviar, harissa yogurt and avocado puree.
The menu also includes calamari, oyster, shrimp and fish tempuras, swordfish burgers, tacos, classic shrimp cocktails, Newport clam chowder, ahi poke (a Hawaiian fish salad), Lomi Lomi salmon poke and more.
Poké came about when fishermen were looking for a way to use the trimmings from their daily catch, feeding their families a mix of deep-red ahi tuna tossed with soy sauce, sesame oil, sea salt and scallion.
Food samplings include popcorn chicken, ahi tuna poke, pork belly sliders and other artisan food items.
The upscale eatery will serve a wide-ranging menu featuring duck spring rolls, Texas Gulf crab beignets and seared ahi tataki tuna with yuzu shrimp ceviche relish.
Another exceptional appetizer: Agua Chile De Atun ($16), raw sushi-grade ahi tuna marinated in a serrano-lime sauce and garnished with paper-thin slices of Persian cucumbers, red onion, avocado and green apples.
The ahi was flavorful and fresh and cooked to perfection.
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Origin and Etymology of ahi
First Known Use: 1892See Words from the same year
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