This Seared Tuna Steak Salad is absolutely perfect for Spring and Summer entertaining … beautiful clean flavours and such fresh ingredients!

Thanks so much to MoM Member Nicolette for sharing her Seared Tuna Steak Salad Recipe with us!

We’re racing out to grab some fresh tuna steak to whip up this quick, fresh and healthy recipe. It’s sure to impress but is secretly so simple you’ll be giggling in the kitchen while your guests or family ooh and ahh!

Tuna Steak is such a healthy protein too; nice and lean and full of Omega3.

If you like the look of this Seared Tuna Steak Salad Recipe or you’ve already cooked it up and loved it, hit the little LOVE IT button up top or post a comment below!  It’s so nice to give MoM Members feedback on the recipes they share.

Ingredients (serves 3)

  • 1 Tuna steak
  • 2 T Dukkah or sesame seeds
  • 1/2 tsp Wasabi
  • 1 bag Salad mix
  • 1 T Salad dressing of choice
  • Drizzle Olive oil
  • Soy sauce For dipping


  1. Slice tuna steak into 3 pieces (to form at least 2 rectangles.
  2. Press the tuna into the dukkah mix or sesame seeds to fully coat.
  3. Put tuna into a pre heated moderate pan, with a drizzle of olive oil and sear each side for about a minute.
  4. Remove tuna from pan and slice
  5. Serve tuna on a bed of salad and dipping soy and wasabi on the side.

Notes... Get the freshest tuna possible from your trusted fishmonger-the brighter red, the better. No need to worry about how you cook this fish as a quick sear is all that's needed-rare is best!
  • Love the simplicity and looks so delicious, thanks.


  • This recipe is so simple – it needs to be for me. The ingredients are a great blend protein with other nutritional values


  • Yum, the wasabi would make it delish


  • I like the look of the crumbing. Delicious


  • I would have to leave out the bit of wasabi.


  • This looks so delicious. If only my family would eat it. This might need to be my naughty little pleasure.


  • Yummy, it looks really fancy


  • We’re not into Tuna her but thanks for sharing.


  • I’m sure a lot of people will love this but I couldn’t eat fish that’s not thoroughly cooked. For anyone who does eat it, enjoy


  • Not sure I could eat tuna that raw, I would have to cook it for longer
    Thanks for the recipe


  • I prefer it to be more cook.


  • Looks healthy and yum, oooh!


  • Does it have to be that pink? Or can you cook it more without ruining it

    • I cooked it through for my toddler and it’s still lovely! Although it’s more tender served rare.


  • Looks very healthy, but I’d have to cook my tuna more.


  • Looks nice
    I never had tuna like that before


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