Green Tuna Salad

January 3rd, 2009 in Salad Recipes by
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Total cooking time: 20min  

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Green Tuna Salad

Green Tuna Salad

Good, nutritious and light salad with tuna and lettuce. An easy way to watch your weight without feeling hungry all the time.

Ingredients:

  • 1 can (6 oz) tuna chunk in water or oil (whatever you prefer more)
  • 3-4 big leaves of lettuce
  • 7-9 cherry tomatoes or 2 roma tomatoes
  • 1 can (8 oz) fresh cut kernel corn
  • 1 can (6 oz) of black pitted olives, can be sliced if you are lazy :)
  • Olive oil by taste
  • Salt

How to make, step-by-step:

  1. Wash lettuce, if you use leaf or crisp lettuce make sure you washed it good enough and pat it with the paper towel to remove water:

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 1

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 1

  2. Drain tuna and tear it in the can with a fork on smaller pieces, put tuna to the salad bowl:

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 2

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 2

  3. Wash tomatoes. If you use cherry tomatoes – cut them in quarters, if you use roma tomatoes like me cut them like it is shown on the picture below:

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 3

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 3

  4. Add cut tomatoes to the tuna in the bowl, add salt and mix everything:

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 4

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 4

  5. Slice lettuce into stripes. If your lettuce has hard parts (e.g near root) cut them off and don’t add them to the salad:

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 5

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 5

  6. Add lettuce and drained corn to the salad bowl:

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 6

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 6

  7. Drain black olives and cut it into the circles (if you use sliced olives, skip that step):

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 7

    Green Tuna Salad Recipe: Step 7

  8. Add olives to the salad bowl, season everything with olive oil and mix carefully. Your Green Tuna Salad is ready to be served!

    Green Tuna Salad

    Green Tuna Salad

Tips & Advises

  • Green Tuna Salad, like all green salads with olive oil, is better to be served fresh, it will loose taste and pretty look if you put it to the fridge

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6 Responses to “Green Tuna Salad”

  1. Nina says:

    well i know what ill be cooking today thanks for the recipe :)

  2. Yurko says:

    I really like this salad, one of my favorites!
    I decided to post this comment after my yummy breakfest… guess what it was?!! ;-)

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