Recipe: Watermelon & Feta Salad with Grilled Tuna

Lately I've just been cooking for myself a lot - and when I do - frankly there's not much cooking! I'm too tired when I get home from work and I just want to eat and relax. But I have two things that I've literally been making AT LEAST once a week!

1. Caprese Salad - so easy and so delicious - most of the time - I skip the basil and just have fresh mozz and fresh tomatoes. (I'm going to miss tomato season.) 

2. This watermelon & feta salad - sometimes I just eat that! But a lot of times - I'll grill a piece of seafood to go with it - most often tuna. This dinner is light and healthy and goes from fridge to plate in 10 minutes! 



I buy frozen tuna in individually wrapped packages and just take one out in the morning - and it's thawed by the time I get home. The only seasoning I use is a touch of coarse sea salt.

I sear that in a little olive oil - 2-3 minutes on each side and that's it! I like tuna medium rare - but cook it to your desired doneness.

Plating is super simple - you just take about a cup (or more) of diced watermelon on your plate - top it with your seared tuna - sprinkle on crumbled feta and then top it all with a little coarse sea salt and your favorite Greek salad dressing.

I promise - once you make this recipe - you'll add it to your regular rotation! The watermelon is so light and sweet - it' pairs great with the salty feta and sea salt. The Greek dressing is my touch - I think it adds a little flavor that goes well with everything. 




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Watermelon & Feta Salad with Grilled Tuna

Watermelon & Feta Salad is my latest obsession! Make it simpler with a splash of Greek dressing and entree it up by adding a piece of grilled seafood. Healthy & delicious!
prep time: cook time: 10 minstotal time: 10 mins

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instructions


  1. Heat skillet/grill with olive oil, season tuna steaks with salt
  2. Sear tuna for 2-3 minutes on each side (I like it medium rare, but cook to your preferred doneness) 
  3. While tuna is searing, plate 1 cup of watermelon on each plate - leaving the center open for tuna
  4. Sprinkle crumbled feta on top of watermelon
  5. Add seared tuna to center of each plate
  6. Sprinkle all ingredients with your favorite Greek Salad Dressing and a bit more coarse sea salt
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