Jun 28, 2011

Grilled Tuna over Arugula with Lemon Vinaigrette



A few fresh and simple ingredients make this the perfect light summer meal! Ready in less than 10 minutes.

Tuna is one of the easiest fish to grill because it almost never sticks if your grill rack is squeaky clean; spray your grill rack with oil before cooking for perfect results every time.


Grilled Tuna over Arugula with Lemon Vinaigrette
Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes
Servings: 1 • Size: 5 oz tuna and salad Old Points: 7 pts Points+: 8 pts
Calories: 297.8 • Fat: 15.5 g Protein: 35.4 g Carb: 3.8 g Fiber: 1.6 g Sugar: 1.8 g 
Sodium: 326.3 mg  (without salt)


Ingredients:

  • 5 oz sashimi tuna (sushi grade)
  • 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tsp fresh lemon juice
  • 2 cups baby arugula
  • 1 tsp capers
  • kosher salt and fresh pepper

Directions:

Season tuna with kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper.

Place arugula and capers on a plate. Combine oil and lemon juice, salt and pepper.

Heat your grill to high heat and clean grate well. When grill is hot, spray grate with oil to prevent sticking then place tuna on the grill; cook one minute without moving. Turn over and cook an additional minute; remove from heat and set aside on a plate.

Slice tuna on the diagonal and place on top of salad. Top with lemon vinaigrette and eat immediately.

14 comments :

  1. Oh yes, this is completely my kind of meal!

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  2. I just recently found your website and I LOVE IT!! All your recipes look so good and I love that you focus on using real food! I am going to try two recipes this week and I hope they will boost my weight loss goals. Thanks so much for this awesome site!

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  3. To be totally honest, the only kind of tuna I'm not afraid to cook is the kind that comes in a can. I'm always so afraid I'll over cook (or under cook) ahi tuna! Any tricks? Do I have to worry about food poisoning if it is under cooked?

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  4. Why Just Eat - Sashimi Sushi grade tuna can be eaten raw so if you cook it, it just needs to sear quickly on both sides. One minute on each side and it's done, it won't be overcooked whether you cook it on the grill or a hot pan.

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  5. This is one of my favorites! So fresh and easy!

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  6. I'm so glad you posted this recipe. A few weeks back I had grilled tuna at a restaurant and I've been wondering how best to cook it ever since. Every time I come to your blog, my mouth waters.

    I LOVE the way you cook!!

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  7. looks delicious! thanks for the post. I didn't know that delicious food could be healthy before i came to your blog!

    delicious and healthy seemed light-years away. It's super different compared to what the rest of the world is talking about eating! (I thought i'd share this link to see what the internet is talking about grilling: http://kyoo.com/grilling)

    looks hopeless for the 4th grilling, unless you have any suggestions for 4th of july grilling?

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  8. Love this! Looks delish. Any ideas on the best place to buy sushi grade tuna?

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  9. I made this for dinner tonight and featured it on my blog with my review!

    Next time I will be using spinach instead of arugula and leave the capers out! But other than that it was YUMMY!

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  10. Spring, I recommend your local seafood store where you know you can trust the fish.

    Creating - so glad you liked it, I prefer arugual to spinach but to each his own!

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  11. My favorite food ever! I love Ahi Tuna! Thanks for the recipe! Looks delicious!

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  12. another delicious recipe that i made from this site!

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  13. Gina- Do you know the WW points for just the tuna without the salad?

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