Grilled Ahi Tuna Dinner Menu
Grilled Ahi Tuna dinner menu is another great summer dinner party to serve your family and friends. It is a very easy dinner to prepare and so good.
1st Course – Apperizer:
Shrimp Appetizer Supreme
These shrimp are fabulous! Sure to impress your guests. This is one of my “fall back to” appetizer recipes.
2nd Course – Salad:
Sliced Tomato Salad
This is a refreshing summer tomato salad to enjoy that is bursting with the flavors of lemon, garlic, and fresh herbs. A real summer treat and a great way to enjoy fresh tomatoes from the garden!
3rd Course – Main Course and Sides:
Grilled Ahi Tuna
Ahi tuna is always a wonderful presentation! I like it served on a bed of steamed fresh spinach or sometimes creamed spinach, with an array of beautiful sliced fresh tomatoes
German Creamed Spinach
Creamed spinach is absolutely wonderful! It is a family favorite at our house for all holidays and special occasions. This spinach dish can be prepared ahead of time and rewarmed when ready to serve.
4th Course – Dessert:
Chocolate Jalapeno Cake
This cake is so wonderful that it must be sinful! It is a must to try.
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