Featured Recipe No-Mayo Tuna Salad

 

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1/4 cup roasted red bell peppers (jarred in water), chopped. 2 Tbs fresh basil, chopped. black pepper to season. Instructions. In a small bowl, whisk together the lemon juice and olive oil until emulsified. Stir in the tuna, red onions, roasted bell peppers and basil.

Season to taste with black pepper. Pour the tuna in a small mixing bowl. Use a fork to break the tuna chunks into very small pieces. Add the basil, celery, scallions and lemon juice to the bowl.

Use the fork to stir all the ingredients together till well mixed. If you’re looking for a fresh take on a traditional tuna salad recipe, you’ve found the right place. This tuna salad recipe is Mediterranean style, with wonderful flavors from citrus, cucumber, Kalamata olives, capers, feta and more. Take a look at how to make this no-mayo, Mediterranean tuna salad in this blog post!This tuna salad recipe.

Try this No Mayo Tuna Salad recipe with fresh parsley, lemon zest, celery, and Greek yogurt. Fresh, light, flavorful, and perfectly suited for topping sandwiches or green salads. No Mayo Tuna Salad. Like so many classic recipes, the trick to good tuna salad. Feel free to throw your own twist on your tuna salad.

May we suggest; tomatoes, apples, raisins, walnuts, or sliced almonds? The skis the limit with your flavor combinations. So go ahead! Get your fancy pants on and let’s get cooking!

Ingredients: 1 can (5 oz) water packed tuna, drained; 2 Tbsp kalamata olives, pitted and chopped or 2 Tbsp capers. Open and drain your cans of tuna. Place them all in one big mixing bowl *affiliate link. Make the dressing.

Whisk the olive oil, lemon juice, Dijon, herbs and salt in a small bowl or mason jar. Mix the salad. Pour the dressing into the mixing bowl *affiliate link and mix with a fork until the salad is combined.

Mediterranean Tuna Pasta Salad (No Mayo) Kathy McDaniel. Tuna Pasta Salad – This light and easy Pasta Salad is loaded with Mediterranean flavors! Tender noodles, protein-rich tuna, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, Kalamata olives and capers are tossed in a flavorful lemon yogurt vinaigrette. Prep: 8 minutes.

I love that this tuna salad has no mayo and it is light and refreshing for the spring and summer. You can do the grilled veggies in a grill pan or even roast them in the oven if you prefer. This is a easy, low carb tuna salad recipe is full of protein and veggies and I think you will enjoy having this healthy and yummy meal up your sleeve. Place eggs in a saucepan and cover with cold water.

Bring water to a boil and immediately remove from heat. Cover and let eggs stand in hot water. Healthy Tuna Salad Recipe (No Mayo Tuna Salad) Went Here, 8 This soy sauce, sesame oil, sesame seeds, Tonnino Tuna Fillets, Thai chilies and 7 more Warm Chickpea and Tuna Salad Receitas Da Felicidade! chickpeas, tuna fillets.

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Combine 3 (5­ounce) cans tuna, flaked, ¼ cup minced red onion, ¼ cup chopped fresh basil, ¼ cup chopped kalamata olives, ¼ cup extra­virgin olive oil, ¼ cup mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar, and 1 minced garlic clove in bowl; season with salt and pepper to taste.

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Mix 2 tablespoons drained and flaked albacore tuna with 1 teaspoon light mayo, 1 teaspoon lemon juice, and black pepper and dried dill to taste.

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Put all the ingredients except the tuna, lemon juice, liquid from the preserved lemons, and olive oil into the pan and mix them together well.

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The flavors of this recipe take me back to enjoying a heaping helping of tuna salad and “everything” spices from my local deli.

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Put the tuna in a small bowl, pull into large flakes with 2 forks, and stir in 3 to 4 tablespoons of the vinaigrette.

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Mix the chopped tuna, shallot, garlic, 1 teaspoon salt, the pepper, oil, vinegar, and Tabasco in a bowl.

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Place the tuna, celery, egg, mayonnaise, capers, parsley, lemon zest, lemon juice, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl.

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In a bowl, toss the cubed ahi tuna with the scallions, coconut aminos, fish sauce, and minced jalapeño, if using, to evenly coat.

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Add the vinegar, V-8 juice, the remaining 1 cup clam juice, cilantro, basil, avocado, crabmeat, and Tabasco sauce.

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  • I just made it & its frickin delicious! Thanks for the recipe. I never would of mixed avocado or put mustard in tuna if not for you. It’s gonna be a staple in my diet now. Thanks again.

  • Made this today for the first time and was amazed at just how delicious it was even without any mayonnaise. Thank you for this recipe. What a “game-changer”!!!

  • Hi Sasha, I just found your channel as I was looking for a honey oats bread recipe. I just browsed through all the video content briefly, love them.

  • I just had my avocado-chicken sandwich this morning. I use shredded chicken breast from leftover pochero. Avocado is now in season here in my country and there are a lot of ways of turning avocado into healthy dishes. You can turn it into guacamole, gelato, fruit salad mix, smoothies, dips, dressings, etc. Your avocado tuna sandwich looks yummy. I’ll have this tomorrow for breakfast. Thank you and kudos for concocting healthy dishes. Have a safe, peaceful and healthy day!

  • Dear Sir.. I am a foodie, and for years I have been trying to follow a healthy diet with no success, most of the recipes I come across are not delicious which does not satisfy me, or they consist of “fancy/complex ingredients” that I can’t find at my local shops, and if I do, they are super expensive, but your channel is a true inspiration.

    If there is any way for me to get your email and share few/simple tips that can help grow your channel.. I am not looking for profit, the only gain I want is for your channel to continuo and grow so me & people like me can enjoy these not only healthy but innovative, simple & delicious recipes.

  • Holy hot tuna salad!, its like Aphrodite and Mario Batalli decided to have a daughter. I’ll send an email to set up a private cooking class and i would listen to every single thing you have to say about fats, tuna and guidelines. Ill emulsify a date and take you out for a healthy slice of Marguerita pizza and cold pint. After that we’ll go back to the kitchen and explore the improper ways of cooking, and I’ll dress you with spanish olive oil and truffles. #kitchentalk #yeahimhashtaggingthecomment #dontjudgeme #lovetheapron

  • Omg I made this salad for dinner tonight and it was the most tasteful tuna salad I’ve EVER had & I used regular mustard since I didn’t have the kind she used and ohhh my it was amazing. Some of the things she used I didn’t have in my refrigerator, so I used green salad with baby spinach, purple onions, tuna, jalapeños and avocado. ��

  • I so choose avocado over mayo! Love the lettuce wraps! Thank you for all the options on making and how to serve! Great idea on the meatballs! Very much enjoyed full watching your video! ������

  • Wowwww perfect Sandwich for me…(No Mayo )….I am not a big fan of Mayo…but I love avacadoes….When I saw the title….I feel like great,perfect for me��������……I love it ��..thanks for sharing ��…superb presentation as always ��

  • Hi Sasha, I just found your channel as I was looking for a honey oats bread recipe. I just browsed through all the video content briefly, love them.

  • Hey sasha
    How are you buddy?
    Hope you doing well
    I never tasted avocado nd tuna too
    Your recipe looks amazing
    So creamy
    Loved the use of parsley, onion tooo����

  • Hi Sasha, this is a very creamy and healthy tuna avocado salad and I love it. I’ve saved this video to make this recipe, hopefully soon. ��

  • Nice presentation on alternative to mayo. Someone asked is they could use olives. Definately yes. I love adding Kalamata olives, Italian ��seasonings, and grainy mustard, really bumps up the flavour. Thanks for sharing.

  • I just made it & its frickin delicious! Thanks for the recipe. I never would of mixed avocado or put mustard in tuna if not for you. It’s gonna be a staple in my diet now. Thanks again.

  • maybe shake the liquids together in a jar first. disperses more efficiently. minced bell peppers are good too. thanks for sharing

  • This is brilliant. I just bought a ton of canned tuna and avocado so this recipe came at the right time haha. I’m not much of a mayo person so this is perfect for me. I would love it spread on bagel or pita bread… yum! I love it! ��LIKE #10

  • We’ve been eating a lot of tuna sandwiches while in lockdown, but I’ve never thought to make them this way with sour cream and mustard! Looks Yummy! I’m definitely going to give this a try. Thank you for sharing!

  • Great recipe. Another way to make this really creamy without adding fat or altering the taste is mixing some plain non-fat greek yogurt.

  • maybe shake the liquids together in a jar first. disperses more efficiently. minced bell peppers are good too. thanks for sharing

  • Wow. You made the recipe very interesting. Really like the ending sandwich after watching the whole recipe. Do checkout my channel and if you like the recipes. Support me with ����

  • Hi Sasha, this is a very creamy and healthy tuna avocado salad and I love it. I’ve saved this video to make this recipe, hopefully soon. ��

  • Beautiful work and so amazing…really amazing, pls do stay connected and stay safe in this time of crisis…have a wonderful day. #sanartstudio

  • I just had my avocado-chicken sandwich this morning. I use shredded chicken breast from leftover pochero. Avocado is now in season here in my country and there are a lot of ways of turning avocado into healthy dishes. You can turn it into guacamole, gelato, fruit salad mix, smoothies, dips, dressings, etc. Your avocado tuna sandwich looks yummy. I’ll have this tomorrow for breakfast. Thank you and kudos for concocting healthy dishes. Have a safe, peaceful and healthy day!

  • Dear Sir.. I am a foodie, and for years I have been trying to follow a healthy diet with no success, most of the recipes I come across are not delicious which does not satisfy me, or they consist of “fancy/complex ingredients” that I can’t find at my local shops, and if I do, they are super expensive, but your channel is a true inspiration.

    If there is any way for me to get your email and share few/simple tips that can help grow your channel.. I am not looking for profit, the only gain I want is for your channel to continuo and grow so me & people like me can enjoy these not only healthy but innovative, simple & delicious recipes.

  • I so choose avocado over mayo! Love the lettuce wraps! Thank you for all the options on making and how to serve! Great idea on the meatballs! Very much enjoyed full watching your video! ������

  • Oliver oil is generally healthy but keep in mind if your trying to reduce calories for weight loss there are 120 calories in one single tablespoon of olive oil. Mayo only has 94 calories in a tablespoon. You likely won’t lose any weight by replacing with olive oil as part of a weight loss diet. Folks who are serious about their diet will often use no calorie mustard or hot sauce and save a ton of calories. It’s not delicious but staying in shape seldom is.

  • This is brilliant. I just bought a ton of canned tuna and avocado so this recipe came at the right time haha. I’m not much of a mayo person so this is perfect for me. I would love it spread on bagel or pita bread… yum! I love it! ��LIKE #10

  • Hey Magical Cooking..new friend here enjoying your kitchen magic..I would aporeciate your support too and hopefully we stay connected

  • looks delicious than a regular tuna salad. Great idea on using avocado.Thanks for sharing your recipe my dear. Keep it up and stay connected:)

  • Holy hot tuna salad!, its like Aphrodite and Mario Batalli decided to have a daughter. I’ll send an email to set up a private cooking class and i would listen to every single thing you have to say about fats, tuna and guidelines. Ill emulsify a date and take you out for a healthy slice of Marguerita pizza and cold pint. After that we’ll go back to the kitchen and explore the improper ways of cooking, and I’ll dress you with spanish olive oil and truffles. #kitchentalk #yeahimhashtaggingthecomment #dontjudgeme #lovetheapron

  • Made this today for the first time and was amazed at just how delicious it was even without any mayonnaise. Thank you for this recipe. What a “game-changer”!!!

  • Omg I made this salad for dinner tonight and it was the most tasteful tuna salad I’ve EVER had & I used regular mustard since I didn’t have the kind she used and ohhh my it was amazing. Some of the things she used I didn’t have in my refrigerator, so I used green salad with baby spinach, purple onions, tuna, jalapeños and avocado. ��

  • looks delicious than a regular tuna salad. Great idea on using avocado.Thanks for sharing your recipe my dear. Keep it up and stay connected:)

  • Nice recipe!
    I just put up a Fattoush Salad recipe which I think you’ll like to try too.

    Check it out and let me know:) It’s a middle eastern salad, and is packed with a whole lot of flavor. I first had it at a restaurant and then went on a crazy mission to replicate it (which I finally did!!)

  • Oh I love tuna sandwich but have forgotten to make it for a while so this was a great delish reminder. I actually never tried it with avocado but I should definately try. Thx for the inspiration! Subbed and liked 55. xoxo

  • Hey sasha
    How are you buddy?
    Hope you doing well
    I never tasted avocado nd tuna too
    Your recipe looks amazing
    So creamy
    Loved the use of parsley, onion tooo����

  • Great recipe. Another way to make this really creamy without adding fat or altering the taste is mixing some plain non-fat greek yogurt.

  • I was thinking smash half and chunk half so you could get that avocado texture. I’m definitely going to try this, I just bought some tuna today �� I like the idea of replacing the mayo, and I already add mustard and onions to mine so this is perfect! Plus that color��

  • wow tuna sandwich
    my favorite breakfast
    its look yummy
    and delicous
    i will try this
    thankyou for sharing your recipe
    enjoyed watching from start to finish
    send my full support

  • I was thinking smash half and chunk half so you could get that avocado texture. I’m definitely going to try this, I just bought some tuna today �� I like the idea of replacing the mayo, and I already add mustard and onions to mine so this is perfect! Plus that color��

  • Nice presentation on alternative to mayo. Someone asked is they could use olives. Definately yes. I love adding Kalamata olives, Italian ��seasonings, and grainy mustard, really bumps up the flavour. Thanks for sharing.

  • Oliver oil is generally healthy but keep in mind if your trying to reduce calories for weight loss there are 120 calories in one single tablespoon of olive oil. Mayo only has 94 calories in a tablespoon. You likely won’t lose any weight by replacing with olive oil as part of a weight loss diet. Folks who are serious about their diet will often use no calorie mustard or hot sauce and save a ton of calories. It’s not delicious but staying in shape seldom is.

  • Wowwww perfect Sandwich for me…(No Mayo )….I am not a big fan of Mayo…but I love avacadoes….When I saw the title….I feel like great,perfect for me��������……I love it ��..thanks for sharing ��…superb presentation as always ��

  • Great video. Thanks for sharing. Stopping by to show love and support. I hope you can sub back. Hope you have a lovely Saturday! ����������

  • hello idol padaan sa bahay m ang sarap nman yang sandwich m very nutritious ang laki naka2busog nayan tara sa bahay k pagsaluhan natin ung ulam k din at bgay k na ung bakas bhla kna magbalik sakin antayin kita ha