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Seared Swordfish Niçoise Salad

Seared Swordfish Niçoise Salad
  

Niçoise salad usually starts with tuna, but I had some nice leftover seared swordfish steaks so I decided to make a niçoise-style salad with that.

Traditionally the niçoise formula is the tuna, blanched green beans, sliced boiled potatoes, sliced hard-cooked eggs, tomatoes, vinaigrette and black olives. After the substitution of the swordfish for the tuna I pretty much stayed with this formula, except that I used purple potatoes instead of the usual white, and since I was out of black olives I used green ones. I also scattered on a few capers.  My greens were baby arugula, where the standard is Boston lettuce, and of course I scattered some fresh minced flatleaf parsley over it. A classic, and deservedly so!

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Looks delicious. I'm finally off to buy the swordfish to try out the first dish you made. I guess I'll have to buy enough for the salad as well.

Looks beautiful! I often substitute tofu for the tuna when I make it. Love the idea of leftover swordfish!

http://noshesthoughtsreves.blogspot.com/2011/01/happy-new-year-and-tofu-nicoise-salad.html

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