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Here is what you will need: Juice of 1 large lemon 2 tbsp dijon mustard 3 tbsp garlic olive oil (or olive oil + 1 tsp garlic powder) 1/2 tsp salt 1 tsp Herbs de Provence or Italian seasoning. Place the eggs and pickles into a food processor; pulse until roughly chopped. Transfer to a medium bowl and stir in tuna and celery. Season with salt and pepper, and stir in the pickle juice until thoroughly blended. Ingredients 4.5 ounces Bella Portofino yellowfin tuna in oil drained 1/4 cup finely chopped celery 1 tablespoon finely chopped parsley 1/8 teaspoon lemon zest.

This delicious and easy no mayo tuna salad is a perfect quick and healthy meal. Fresh and nutritious, this will be your new go-to lunch. A Store-cupboard Salad.

I always have some tinned tuna hiding in my cupboard. It’s just the perfect shelf-stable ingredient – there are so many different meals you can make using a humble can of tuna. 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 is gluten free, low carb and without mayo!

This Mediterranean Tuna Salad – No Mayo is a fresh new twist on traditional tuna salad. With albacore tuna, tomatoes, cucumber, onion, artichokes and olives this tuna salad is anything but boring! Great for lunch, dinner and meal prep.

This healthy, no-mayo Mediterranean tuna salad is light and full of flavor thanks to some fresh basil and roasted red peppers. Instead of traditional mayo, it’s simply dressed in lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil. Can canned tuna be pretty? I like to think so.

However, if you’re eating tuna as a traditional tuna salad with mayonnaise, you may be consuming unnecessary calories and fat. 1 cup of mayo has more than. The creamy avocado supplies the healthy fats while tuna covers the protein.

To make this in its simplest form, combine a can of tuna with half an avocado and stir. Add a squeeze of lemon juice for good measure. This is your base.

Healthy Tuna Salad (No Mayo Tuna Salad) Minty Kitchen spice, tuna, avocado, lemon juiced, radishes, salt, cilantro and 1 more Tuna Salad As receitas lá de casa eggs, crab, carrots, frozen peas, frozen corn, tuna, tomato, potatoes.

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This mayo-free salad couldn’t be any easier to throw together, and the health payoffs are pretty significant: Fewer calories and chemicals (light canned tuna is lower in mercury than white albacore), and it’s packed with good-for-you protein and beneficial fats.

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Canned tuna is easily made into tuna salads, with the addition of mayonnaise or yogurt and fruit juices and spices.

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The onion added a bit of tanginess to the tuna salad, and he’d made it with imported mayo, which uses whole eggs, rather than Japanese mayo which uses only yolks, to make sure that it wasn’t too heavy.

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You can serve this mayonnaise on any type of cold leftover roasted meat or chicken, on grilled vegetables (see the green beans on page 145), on crostini, or on seared fresh tuna—redundant, perhaps, but delicious.

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If you are showing a tuna fish sandwich, the sandwich will look one way if you gently flake the tuna, thin the mayonnaise, and blend in fresh herbs, and another way if you overmix the tuna with regular mayonnaise.

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Use a dressing made with one or more of the oils mentioned above or use an oil-free dressing to make tuna, egg, or chicken salads.

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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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Starting with flavorful tuna salad was absolutely necessary; just mixing tuna and mayonnaise didn’t cut it.

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(Tuna salad can be refrigerated for up to 3 days.)

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Concerned that your tuna does not get lost in a sea of fatty goo, I have added just a dab of low fat mayo.

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  • I’ve made it and it really is delicious. For those of us who aren’t big fans of avocado this is a good way to incorporate it into a meal as you can hardly taste it.

  • GREAT TUNA ( french fries) onion, olive oil, lemon, celery, mayo, dab mustard, drain water out,if you like a hard boiled egg. ( delicious )

  • You can do the same thing making shrimp salad. Also if you put avocado in food processor you can easily smooth into a mayo consistency.

  • I’ve been seeing a few videos that use avocado instead of mayonnaise for tuna salad. This looks really yummy. I’m going to try it out. Great video!

  • I love you Robin! lol I’ve been wondering how to incorporate avocado into my tuna and skip the mayo. Really a fine sandwich. Thanks.:)

  • just made this but I chopped onion so thin it was translucent! got it in the fridge to get really cold then try it on toast! fingers crossed because I been slooowly introducing healthier foods into my families diet. hope the kids like it!

  • I couldn’t bring myself to add sugar. Albacore tuna, spring onions, freshly ground black pepper, cayenne pepper, a wee bit of salt and of course real mayonnaise.

  • Thanks for the tip. I never thought about using avocado in tuna. Just found your channel so far lots of recipes I will be trying. Thank You!

  • Sugar in tuna? That’s enough to gag a maggot! You add some lime juice, plain Greek Yogurt, diced red onion, peppers, and tomato, and s spoon full of crushed pineapple, and some frozen peas, but certainly NOT SUGAR!

  • I love you Robin! lol I’ve been wondering how to incorporate avocado into my tuna and skip the mayo. Really a fine sandwich. Thanks.:)

  • I have always used sweet salad cubes in my tuna salad as well as chopped hard boiled. I always use miracle whip instead of mayo as well

  • The classic flavor of tuna salad with a creamy avocado the only item I would add is a pickle jalapeno pepper.Thanks for the recipe.

  • I’ve made it and it really is delicious. For those of us who aren’t big fans of avocado this is a good way to incorporate it into a meal as you can hardly taste it.

  • I tried this today, it was really good! I eat alot of tuna sandwiches and I’m happy to not need mayo anymore so thank you. Can’t wait to try some of your other recipes.

  • Hola, Robin. That sandwich looks absolutely gorgeous. What do you love about being yourself on YouTube? Have a good day, Robin. Adios! By the way, you should subscribe to The Icing Artist, Laurie makes amazing cakes. ������

  • I tried this today, it was really good! I eat alot of tuna sandwiches and I’m happy to not need mayo anymore so thank you. Can’t wait to try some of your other recipes.

  • It’s unfortunate how bad sugar is for your arteries, like microscopic shards of glass just scraping against your cardiovascular system.
    I suppose that it’s worth it, even if my toes are tingling.

  • Dill dill dill fresh or dried, ranch dressing to lower calories. I like finely chopped celery and onion and any thing else you like but dill is the secret to good tuna salad

  • I grew up eating tuna with a bit of sweetness. (Another tip, add a little salt to balance it out.) It’s delicious!�� I’ve tasted it without sugar/sweet relish and it’s nasty and bland. I can’t imagine how people tolerate tuna salad without it. ��

  • 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

  • Love avocado, I do not eat mayo, this is perfect to try. One question about the tuna you used, does it have an overly heavy fishy taste? I would like to try it.

  • I add a little bit of cinnamon which reduces the fishy taste. Adding some raisins, onion, celery and sweet relish makes it yummy also. Add lettuce and tomato on toasted whole wheat and its somewhat healthy.

  • My wife makes a tuna salad that’s the bomb. She adds a measured portion of fine chopped Visalia Onions. This ties into the sugar thing as this variety of onion is the sweetest of onions. You’ll never be able to go back to old school tuna salad again.

  • I have always used sweet salad cubes in my tuna salad as well as chopped hard boiled. I always use miracle whip instead of mayo as well

  • Try adding green bell pepper. Equal amount of celery, onion and bell pepper. Also add crushed walnuts. For another variety, add a little Balsamic vinegar instead of mustard.

  • Sugar is the secret ingredient in most everything i cook or make. Ive put sugar in tuna for years. Chopped cucumber, boiled eggs, onion and celery is a must a dollop of mayo or miracle whip and a dollop of mustard is a must. Now im hungry for tuna salad.

  • Won’t be trying it! Sounds disgusting! It seems like sugar is the new catsup! Maybe grapes, cranberries hell even honey! But sugar…yuck!

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

  • Dill dill dill fresh or dried, ranch dressing to lower calories. I like finely chopped celery and onion and any thing else you like but dill is the secret to good tuna salad

  • I made this for lunch today and it was a winner! It’s easy to mix up as well as very tasty. Thanks for this recipe, Robin. It’s a favorite in our house!

  • Sugar in tuna? That’s enough to gag a maggot! You add some lime juice, plain Greek Yogurt, diced red onion, peppers, and tomato, and s spoon full of crushed pineapple, and some frozen peas, but certainly NOT SUGAR!

  • My wife makes a tuna salad that’s the bomb. She adds a measured portion of fine chopped Visalia Onions. This ties into the sugar thing as this variety of onion is the sweetest of onions. You’ll never be able to go back to old school tuna salad again.

  • Dang I loved reading the comments. Tuna sandwiches for me are super nostalgic..my dad only would give me tuna or pb and j or almond and j for lunches in school and mom made a bomb version for lunches sometimes too. I think of the beach making Italian tuna sandwiches for a beach lunch super simple.

    Dad’s version: Italian imported tuna with olive oil. Salt and tomato and lettuce on Ezekiel bread

    Moms: tuna with hardboiled egg either kind of pickles sweet or sour with celery and mayo

    Italian: Baguette with olive oil tuna with fresh tomatoes. Salt, and oregano/basil.mmmm

    I make a lot of different tuna versions now but this video…y’all havin some bomb suggestions.

    I also had a Mexican bf who made tuna mixed with a can of mixed vegetables (you could do frozen or fresh cut carrots, potatoes and peas)with some mayo and it is BOMB!

  • wonderful keep up the great work i loved it thanks so much! i really enjoyed the video! i have a few ideas for you id love to see do some instructional and fun ideas, food shopping hauls, cook and eat a suckling pig in oven, turkey sandwich picnic, boiled lobster, honey baked ham,showing u making and eating a turkey sandwich on sliced bread not toasted left whole and roasting a tom turkey the whole process and then a leftover sandwich version? thanks be well:)

  • 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!

  • Sugar is the secret ingredient in most everything i cook or make. Ive put sugar in tuna for years. Chopped cucumber, boiled eggs, onion and celery is a must a dollop of mayo or miracle whip and a dollop of mustard is a must. Now im hungry for tuna salad.

  • Could you please list the ingredients with the quantity of each item? Also I did not hear well what seasoning you used. The video makes it difficult for me to reproduce your recipe.

  • I actually can’t tell if this is a joke or not… So weird xD and also within about 30 seconds you so it had no fruit and tomatoes 0.o

  • 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

  • Best tuna recipe, high grade tuna, sandwich spread, dill weed, red pepper, bell peppers, sweet onions, mustard, boiled eggs, celery, garlic powder, onion powder, sweet relish, a dash of accent.

  • Best tuna recipe, high grade tuna, sandwich spread, dill weed, red pepper, bell peppers, sweet onions, mustard, boiled eggs, celery, garlic powder, onion powder, sweet relish, a dash of accent.

  • My tuna salad doesn’t need added sugar. There’s already sweetness: Ready? TUNA, CHOPPED FRESH DILL, CHOPPED RED ONION, CHOPPED CELERY, COARSE CHOPPED ALMONDS, MAYO, MUSTARD, RELISH, SALT, PEPPER, OLIVE OIL, DRIED CRANBERRIES, HALVED RED GRAPES. You’re welcome ; )

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

  • I made this for lunch today and it was a winner! It’s easy to mix up as well as very tasty. Thanks for this recipe, Robin. It’s a favorite in our house!

  • Try adding green bell pepper. Equal amount of celery, onion and bell pepper. Also add crushed walnuts. For another variety, add a little Balsamic vinegar instead of mustard.

  • finally! a healthy substitute! thank you so much! and it looks so simple too and yummy too! now i can drag my lazy ass to purpose thanks Robin!

  • I’ve been seeing a few videos that use avocado instead of mayonnaise for tuna salad. This looks really yummy. I’m going to try it out. Great video!

  • Hola, Robin. That sandwich looks absolutely gorgeous. What do you love about being yourself on YouTube? Have a good day, Robin. Adios! By the way, you should subscribe to The Icing Artist, Laurie makes amazing cakes. ������

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

  • The classic flavor of tuna salad with a creamy avocado the only item I would add is a pickle jalapeno pepper.Thanks for the recipe.

  • I would love to know what brand tin of tuna you used!
    Because the stuff I’ve been buying does taste like catfood
    I know I can be a cheapskate at times
    ☮️✌��

  • You can do the same thing making shrimp salad. Also if you put avocado in food processor you can easily smooth into a mayo consistency.

  • finally! a healthy substitute! thank you so much! and it looks so simple too and yummy too! now i can drag my lazy ass to purpose thanks Robin!

  • 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 ����

  • Really…. didnt need the video, could have just said “SUGAR” in the title. I read it in the description 18 seconds in and didnt even watch… intact I spent more time on this comment. 😉

  • So glad I came across ur channel. I just learned a lot with the avocado and lemon and I would never thought of doing it this way. Defiantly gonna have to try this recipe.

  • Could you please list the ingredients with the quantity of each item? Also I did not hear well what seasoning you used. The video makes it difficult for me to reproduce your recipe.

  • I couldn’t bring myself to add sugar. Albacore tuna, spring onions, freshly ground black pepper, cayenne pepper, a wee bit of salt and of course real mayonnaise.

  • Thank you for this SWEET suggestion for eating my beloved tuna fish. As COOKING WITH SHEREEN so aptly put it, I too will give it a go.

  • Thanks for the tip. I never thought about using avocado in tuna. Just found your channel so far lots of recipes I will be trying. Thank You!

  • 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

  • GREAT TUNA ( french fries) onion, olive oil, lemon, celery, mayo, dab mustard, drain water out,if you like a hard boiled egg. ( delicious )

  • I grew up eating tuna with a bit of sweetness. (Another tip, add a little salt to balance it out.) It’s delicious!�� I’ve tasted it without sugar/sweet relish and it’s nasty and bland. I can’t imagine how people tolerate tuna salad without it. ��

  • just made this but I chopped onion so thin it was translucent! got it in the fridge to get really cold then try it on toast! fingers crossed because I been slooowly introducing healthier foods into my families diet. hope the kids like it!

  • My tuna salad doesn’t need added sugar. There’s already sweetness: Ready? TUNA, CHOPPED FRESH DILL, CHOPPED RED ONION, CHOPPED CELERY, COARSE CHOPPED ALMONDS, MAYO, MUSTARD, RELISH, SALT, PEPPER, OLIVE OIL, DRIED CRANBERRIES, HALVED RED GRAPES. You’re welcome ; )

  • Really…. didnt need the video, could have just said “SUGAR” in the title. I read it in the description 18 seconds in and didnt even watch… intact I spent more time on this comment. 😉

  • I add a little bit of cinnamon which reduces the fishy taste. Adding some raisins, onion, celery and sweet relish makes it yummy also. Add lettuce and tomato on toasted whole wheat and its somewhat healthy.

  • I would love to know what brand tin of tuna you used!
    Because the stuff I’ve been buying does taste like catfood
    I know I can be a cheapskate at times
    ☮️✌��

  • Dang I loved reading the comments. Tuna sandwiches for me are super nostalgic..my dad only would give me tuna or pb and j or almond and j for lunches in school and mom made a bomb version for lunches sometimes too. I think of the beach making Italian tuna sandwiches for a beach lunch super simple.

    Dad’s version: Italian imported tuna with olive oil. Salt and tomato and lettuce on Ezekiel bread

    Moms: tuna with hardboiled egg either kind of pickles sweet or sour with celery and mayo

    Italian: Baguette with olive oil tuna with fresh tomatoes. Salt, and oregano/basil.mmmm

    I make a lot of different tuna versions now but this video…y’all havin some bomb suggestions.

    I also had a Mexican bf who made tuna mixed with a can of mixed vegetables (you could do frozen or fresh cut carrots, potatoes and peas)with some mayo and it is BOMB!

  • Won’t be trying it! Sounds disgusting! It seems like sugar is the new catsup! Maybe grapes, cranberries hell even honey! But sugar…yuck!

  • wonderful keep up the great work i loved it thanks so much! i really enjoyed the video! i have a few ideas for you id love to see do some instructional and fun ideas, food shopping hauls, cook and eat a suckling pig in oven, turkey sandwich picnic, boiled lobster, honey baked ham,showing u making and eating a turkey sandwich on sliced bread not toasted left whole and roasting a tom turkey the whole process and then a leftover sandwich version? thanks be well:)

  • Raw honey,celery salt,turmeric,black pepper, onion and or garlic powder and light mayo Kensington. The reason for turmeric is mainly health and raw honey isn’t just a sweetener but extremely healthy. I do prefer garlic powder but it’s not healthy to eat garlic to often as it is a powerful antibiotic that should be used in moderation. Fresh onion and celery are not necessary and will change the texture which many dont like including children but surely is healthier and adds fiber.

  • Raw honey,celery salt,turmeric,black pepper, onion and or garlic powder and light mayo Kensington. The reason for turmeric is mainly health and raw honey isn’t just a sweetener but extremely healthy. I do prefer garlic powder but it’s not healthy to eat garlic to often as it is a powerful antibiotic that should be used in moderation. Fresh onion and celery are not necessary and will change the texture which many dont like including children but surely is healthier and adds fiber.

  • Love avocado, I do not eat mayo, this is perfect to try. One question about the tuna you used, does it have an overly heavy fishy taste? I would like to try it.

  • 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!!)

  • So glad I came across ur channel. I just learned a lot with the avocado and lemon and I would never thought of doing it this way. Defiantly gonna have to try this recipe.

  • Thank you for this SWEET suggestion for eating my beloved tuna fish. As COOKING WITH SHEREEN so aptly put it, I too will give it a go.

  • It’s unfortunate how bad sugar is for your arteries, like microscopic shards of glass just scraping against your cardiovascular system.
    I suppose that it’s worth it, even if my toes are tingling.

  • I actually can’t tell if this is a joke or not… So weird xD and also within about 30 seconds you so it had no fruit and tomatoes 0.o