Tuna is one of those foods that I’ve always been iffy on. Occasionally a tuna sandwich would call my name, but most of the time I’d steer clear. Consequently, when perusing a new cookbook, Ellie Krieger’s So Easy, I was a little surprised to find that this tuna salad sounded good to me. And not only did it sound good, it was good! So delicious in fact that I think it will become one of my regular lunch options. With just four ingredients [and the tuna], it couldn’t be simpler either. The flavors, inspired by the Mediterranean region, are simply incredible. With the light essence of lemon coupled with fresh, refreshing parsley and the tang of a red onion, you’ll be thinking about your lunch box all morning long!
Mediterranean Tuna Salad [from Ellie Krieger’s So Easy]
- 2 6-ounce cans chunk light tuna in water, drained
- 1/4 cup fresh parsley, chopped
- 1/4 cup red onion, diced
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1/2 teaspoon grated lemon zest
- freshly ground black pepper
In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients, mixing together well and seasoning with salt and pepper to taste. Serve atop a salad with all your favorite fixings, in a wrap or sandwich with lettuce and tomato, with crackers, etc. The possibilities are endless! Serves 4.
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10 thoughts on “Mediterranean Tuna Salad”
THAT LOOKS AMAZING!! I am obsessed with TUNA!! I will be trying your recipe. I used to hate peanut butter…..I know crazy and now I am obsessed with it!!! I am loving your blog and you are gorgeous!
Good to know you think about dinner all day too ha!
I’ve never been a big fan of tuna salad, but this recipe looks like it could change my mind.
hope it does!
It’s so good! I want some more. Without the onions of course.
I’m the opposite and have always loved tuna! Looks great!
i just made a salmon salad which reminds me of ur tuna salad! very YUMMY ❤
I had tuna salad for lunch today! Although it wasn’t nearly as good as this one sounds.
Not tuna salad. haha. I love cooked tuna but I don’t enjoy eating the cold stuff, other than raw in sushi! I did start liking eans though after years of not liking them! Also tomatoes.