This has kind of been my go-to tuna salad recipe lately. It’s also a great side dish to brink to a summer-time cookout.
Lets talk about the flavors…
Sweetness – from the apple
Bite – from the red onion
Creaminess – from the greek yogurt and mayo
And at the very end you get the aromatic flavors of dill…YUMMY!
Gah, just writing about it makes me want to make some.
Macronutrients (for the entire salad):
270 Calories, 2g Fat, 17g Carbs (3g fiber), 40g protein
- 1 (5oz) Can drained and rinsed tuna fish
- 1-2 Chopped celery stalks (80g)
- Diced quarter of an apple (50g)
- Diced quarter of a red onion (30g)
- ¼ Cup (55g) plain non-fat greek yogurt
- 1 Tbsp (15g) low-fat mayo
- ¼ tsp garlic salt, salt, and pepper
- ⅛ tsp dill
- Splash of lemon juice
- Couple of freshly chopped parsley leaves
- Pinch (1/2 tsp) 2g sugar substitute
- In a medium sized bowl add all your ingredients and mix well
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