Pasta Salad with Seared Tuna and Citrus Dressing
Here's an ideal warm-weather meal with the refreshing flavors of mint, orange, lemon, and cucumber. Tuna, hot from the pan, is cut into chunks and tossed with the room-temperature pasta salad. You could also cook the tuna outside on the grill. Amazing Seafood Recipes
You could use salmon fillets or swordfish steaks in place of the tuna. For either, add a few minutes to the cooking time.
Whether you make this salad with tuna or one of the alternatives listed in the box below, a dry Riesling from Alsace will be splendid. Its lime, mineral, and herbal notes will brilliantly echo the salad and set off the fish.