When you’re short on time, this recipe is a good one to turn to. It’s healthy, fresh, filling and high in nutrients.
This is my mom’s recipe. She was a working super-mom. She was very busy, yet she managed to get it all done. And I guess recipes like these helped her along the way.
This literally takes 10 minutes to make. It’s high in protein, contains lots of healthy veggies and is so easy to make. If my very fussy daughter approves, then it’s a winner.
With Christmas on the way, this is a good one to add to your Christmas lunch menu. When you have guests over, it’s great to have food that’s instant ready.
I don’t advise you to eat canned food on a daily basis, because it is preserved and contains additives. But, you can turn to canned tuna every now and then, because the health benefits outweigh the risks.
This salad is also high in protein, with each serving giving you 29g of the important macro-nutrient.
If you’re on a weight loss journey, this salad is great because it’s low in calories but high in nutrients.
- Calories: 165
- Carbs: 7.7g
- Protein: 29.16g
- Fat: 1g
- Fiber: 1.35g
Make it Keto compliant
Most of the ingredients in this salad are Keto-friendly, except the onion. You can leave it out if you prefer. I personally love the taste it adds to the salad.
This salad is definitley paleo compliant. If your goal is to load up on protein and limit your carbs, this tuna salad is perfect.
Healthy Tuna Salad
When you're short on time and want to create a healthy meal that's fillng, this salad is the one.
- 2 6.5OZ cans Tuna ((in water))
- 1 Cucumber
- 1 Bell pepper
- .5 Onion
- 2 stalks Celery
- 3 Tomatoes
Slice and chop the vegetables to the size you prefer. Combine in a bowl.
Open the cans of tuna, drain the water and roughly divide up using a fork. Add to bowl.
Juice one lemon and pour over ingredients.
Season with salt and water to taste.
You can add oil to the salad, but this hasn’t been included in the calorie count.