This is not your everyday salad, friends. This unique salad is Caesar salad's much richer and more glamorous older cousin. The tuna makes it sophisticated and classy, while the bread bowl makes for very easy cleanup. Pretty food and fewer dishes — what's not to love?
To start, make your dough. Begin this by mixing together the yeast, sugar, olive oil and water. Let it sit until foamy, and then mix in the flour until a soft dough comes together. You want it to be smooth like a baby's bottom as well as elastic.
Now comes the fun part. Roll out the dough, liberally coat it with cheese, and roll it out again. This is such a fabulous arm workout. Just ask my biceps.
After this, grease a metal or glass baking bowl with nonstick cooking spray, and bake the dough until it's golden brown and just beautiful.
Once the dough is baked, make and mix the salad. But first you have to stare a little at your handiwork. I mean, it is a gorgeous sight.
To start, salt and pepper the ahi tuna on both sides. Then broil it for only 6 minutes, as you need the inside to be pink. I've overcooked so many tuna steaks, and let me tell you, it's not fun (and it can set you back a ton of money).
The rest of the salad creation is easy. All you do is toss together the lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, lots of Parmesan cheese and the tuna in your fancy new bread bowl.
Add the dressing, and eat. Just try to share, OK?
For the bread/crust bowl
For the salad
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