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Start by dividing the salad leaves between two plates. Then add the sliced radish and pieces of tuna. Toast the bread and cut into cubes. Add it to the salad.

Place the broccoli in a pot of boiling water and cook for approx. 5 minutes, then strain and add to the salad. Mix all the dressing ingredients together in a bowl and drizzle over the salad. Instructions.

Divide the salad leaves between two plates. Add the sliced radish and pieces of tuna. Toast the bread and cut into cubes, then add to the salad. Place the broccoli in a pot of boiling water and cook for approx. 5 minutes, then strain and add to the salad.

Add the sliced radish and pieces of tuna. Toast the bread and cut into cubes, then add to the salad. Place the broccoli in a pot of boiling water and cook for approx. 5 minutes, then strain and add to the salad. In a bowl, mix all the dressing ingredients and drizzle over the salad.

1 tsp. of honey. salt and pepper. What You Need To Do: Divide the salad leaves between two plates. Add the sliced radish and pieces of tuna.

Toast the bread and cut into cubes, then add to the salad. Place the broccoli in a pot of boiling water and cook for approx. 5 minutes, then strain and add to the salad. broccoli slaw, whole wheat pita, balsamic vinaigrette, fresh spinach leaves and 5 more Funny Bagel Tuna Salad Faces bestfoods carrot, Hellmann’s or Best Foods Real Mayonnaise, mini bagels and 5 more.

Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add 1 tablespoon salt, then green beans, and cook until just tender, 3 to 4 minutes. Drain and rinse under cold water to cool. Meanwhile, in a blender.

Looks like my and my mother’s recipe for years! Sometimes we switch the tuna out for broccoli; not sure why BUT either way, with the combo of “apples, walnuts, (raisins,) celery” we always knew it as Waldorf Salad! checking further, back in the late 1800s it was only the combo “Waldorf ” without tuna or broccoli. Drain the broccoli and carrots and submerge in the ice water to stop the cooking. Drain well and pat dry.

Whisk together the vinegar, honey and Dijon in a medium bowl with 1/2 teaspoon salt. How to Make Legume Salad with Vinaigrette. Method. Into a bowl or jar with lid, place all of the dressing ingredients.

Mix well, until vinaigrette comes together. If using a lidded jar, shake until mixed well. Taste.

Sweeten with more honey if desired. Set aside. Wash and drain all of the chick peas, red kidney and cannellini beans.

Set aside. This classic salad dressing includes mayonnaise, anchovies, vinegar, green onion, garlic, parsley, tarragon and chives. It can be prepared in a blender or food processor and is good served as a dressing for steamed artichokes, a seafood salad, or as a sauce over broiled fish.

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Add the romaine lettuce, tomato wedges, parsley, mint, and peppers to the bowl with the onions and cucumber in the prepared vinaigrette dressing; gently toss to coat with dressing.

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To finish this light and refreshing salad we tossed these ingredients with romaine lettuce and a simple cider vinegar and Dijon mustard vinaigrette that complemented the other ingredients but did not compete.

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As for the dressing, we started with oil, white wine vinegar, and shallot and added a spoonful of apricot jam for some fruity sweetness, pulling the flavors of the salad right in line.

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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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Measure 2 tablespoons vinaigrette into separate bowl and toss with tuna and 1 tablespoon parsley.

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  • Hi Natashas! What kind of herb can be replaced of cilantro for this salad?! Caz my family cannot eat that herb btw i want to make it this avocado tuna salad with another herb if can:)

  • Love your recipes!! I make my tuna salad almost same way.Sometimes I add some diced red bell paper and few Tbs.Corn. It is very tasty and colorful!

  • For those of us trying to reduce waste, what do people use to set the bacon on other than paper towels? I thought about a dish towel, but i don’t want fuzzies from the towel on my bacon. As for parchment paper on the baking pan, i assume best option is a silpat?

  • Tuna is always a staple in my opinion. I ❤️ the addition of the herbs & Dijon. One more ingredient my mom used growing up (that I can’t make without) is pickled banana peppers, chop & pour a little brine in, to taste.

  • I’m looking for avocado recipes and saw this done. This is perfect! Thanks Natasha. ❤️

    Edit: new sub here, though i’m following your page on Facebook. ��

  • Here is the Philippines we use avocado as a dessert avocado flavored ice cream, avocado shake or just simply mash the avocado it ice, sugar and milk

  • wow this is gonna be super easy to make!!!! and delicious too!! and thanks a lot for sharing such a good recipe and not just that it’s super healthy to eat!

  • Usually I add serrano pepper ��️ and avocado �� cilantro instead of parsley and eat it with crackers. But tomorrow I’ll give a try with parsley and make myself a sandwich with leaves of lettuce. ��

  • Ok I didn’t watch this yet but I was on Pinterest cause I wanted to see pictures of desserts and see if I could maybe get ideas and I found ur account!! I’m following!��

  • Won’t the egg give you salmonella?? How does that work? I’ve seen people use a raw egg in Caesar salad dressing too. How does that work???

  • Hi! New subscriber over here ;). The salad looks very fresh and delicious, can’t wait to taste it. I’ve got a question though. Do we need to cool the cucumber? I didn’t know raw cucumber was edible! Anyways, great video!

  • Nix on the mayo for me, but I like Asian or honey mustard dressings in my Brocolli salads. Also, I use turkey bacon and or chicken. Note that she’s right about the stalks. I grate into a slaw or spiralize. Allows you to use the entire head of Brocolli. Supermarkets got hip to this, that why you see them selling the florets only, or pricier with the stalks. Plus Brocolli salads are in their deli menu (made from the cutoff stalks.) A favorite that if you use the right ingredients, can also be low caloric as well.

  • i’m a bit late to the party, found this yesterday, made it today as i had friends coming for lunch…deeeelicious! This will become a firm favourite…look forward to looking up some of your other recipes. Thank you.

  • i like to add red onions on top of the sandwich for tuna or chicken salads when i eat it as i feel that raw onions tend to overpower salads as they sit in the fridge overtime.

  • Hi Natasha I just subscribed to your Channel because I don’t want to miss all your great recipes because they easy to make doesn’t take too much time and a very delicious thank you ❤��✌

  • I like to caramelizar onions to add this bit of sweet flavor, bell peppers which add this fresh pop to it, and some chile’s en vinagre for some spice.

  • The problem I have with her salads is all that cilantro…cannot stand the stuff, and she uses it in every salad…maybe something different?

  • New sub. This look so refreshing and I have everything on hand. Love that this was a straight forward recipe with dialogue that is about the recipe.

  • I’ve made this salad, served on a toast with salad leaves and sliced tomatoes, delicious but I wish it was with plaint croissant. Will always be on our table from now on. Thank you Lisa!

  • I love your recipes. I am monitoring my calorie intake and would appreciate the calorie and nutritional content for your recipes. Thanks

  • Hi! New subscriber over here ;). The salad looks very fresh and delicious, can’t wait to taste it. I’ve got a question though. Do we need to cool the cucumber? I didn’t know raw cucumber was edible! Anyways, great video!

  • Love your recipes!! I make my tuna salad almost same way.Sometimes I add some diced red bell paper and few Tbs.Corn. It is very tasty and colorful!

  • Here is the Philippines we use avocado as a dessert avocado flavored ice cream, avocado shake or just simply mash the avocado it ice, sugar and milk

  • THIS IS JUST GREAT OF PREPARING SALAD WITH TUNA.
    GOD BLESS YOU WITH GOOD HEALTH AND HAPPINESS.
    ��������
    RAYMOND OF INDIA
    JAI HIND JAI BHARAT MATA

  • I’ve never seen tuna drained so “quickly”. It takes a lot more squeezing to really drain it well. Thus, this is. Is leading and it will end up mushy. Otherwise, good recipe.

  • I made this tonight except I left out the broccoli. I used cabbage, carrots, grapes, red pepper, celery, almonds, pumpkin seeds and hemp seeds. I just made a batch of homemade yogurt yesterday so I used your dressing recipe and it was perfect! Thank you for some great ideas. We are on a path to better nutrition and you have helped quite a bit. Thanks

  • You forgot to tell people that there’s enough mercury in tuna to last you for about 6 months. I’m a vegan nurse practitioner and I’m sad when I have to tell patients that they have to be tested for mercury poisoning. And sure enough they often have it.

  • For those of us trying to reduce waste, what do people use to set the bacon on other than paper towels? I thought about a dish towel, but i don’t want fuzzies from the towel on my bacon. As for parchment paper on the baking pan, i assume best option is a silpat?

  • I’ve made this salad, served on a toast with salad leaves and sliced tomatoes, delicious but I wish it was with plaint croissant. Will always be on our table from now on. Thank you Lisa!

  • This salad is perfect for potlucks. ��I hope it becomes a new favorite for you. PS: Have you signed up for our free email course ➡️ https://natashaskitchen.com/subscribe/

  • Natasha yr Beef & Broccoli
    Stir fry was superb.
    We all enjoyed it very much.
    Thank you very much for yr
    Lovely recipes Natasha.
    God Bless & Protect You All Always.

  • Wait bacon is healthy? �� Also most dried cranberries contain added sugar about the same amount as a serving of ice cream. Raisins are definitely a delicious healthy swap though.

  • Just made this salad. The taste was so good, everyone wanted seconds. I made 2 portions and instead of sugar, I added just 1 table spoon of maple syrup. Definitely will make it again. Really good.

  • Just made this salad for my daughter’s graduation party. I had to tweak it a bit due to ingredients I had on hand, but basically the same, and I could have made TWICE the amount I did! People LOVE this salad I had folks asking for the recipe & several told me “I don’t even LIKE broccoli”!! Thank you!

  • Seeing that hypothyroidism is an autoimmune disease, and raw cruciferous vegetables agitate hypothyroidism, I don’t understand how you can tolerate a raw broccoli salad?

  • wow this is gonna be super easy to make!!!! and delicious too!! and thanks a lot for sharing such a good recipe and not just that it’s super healthy to eat!

  • Natasha, I just found out about your channel (shame on me!) and I simply love your recipes! I’ve never eaten these veggies raw, but it seems so yummi, I am going to try it tonight for dinner! Lucky me, I have all the ingredients to make it:D

    A big hug from Portugal:)

  • Natasha your videos is so lovely bright love it. We love broccoli Cauliflower, this salad perfect for spring / summer. Thanks for sharing.

  • i like to add red onions on top of the sandwich for tuna or chicken salads when i eat it as i feel that raw onions tend to overpower salads as they sit in the fridge overtime.

  • i need you to review your original job contract with the marshals as you bought out my no 1 position but did not pay yet. ktb i need this money right away thank you. you were given this money when you came to america it is not your earnings those are separate.ktb

  • Cant wait to make this tomorrow… I wonder if you can sub yogurt for sour cream? I love creamy dressing I am going to try it.
    Thank you for the lovely recipe.
    I am trying to changing my diet this will help with variety. ����

  • I’m a little late to the party, but can I substitute apple for the dried cranberry to cut the sugar, or will it alter the flavor too much?

  • I’m eating tuna salad right now( my own recipe) as a dinner. It’s summer and this salad works great because it’s low caloric (I don’t use dressing as my tuna is already in olive oil )

  • I like this and will definitely try this! Personally, I will cook the broccoli a bit because raw broccoli doesn’t digest very well in my stomach. Hopefully, it stays crunchy.

  • Made this recipe a couple of weeks ago for a bbq. party using store bought mayo, will be trying your mayo recipe love this type of food

  • Seeing that hypothyroidism is an autoimmune disease, and raw cruciferous vegetables agitate hypothyroidism, I don’t understand how you can tolerate a raw broccoli salad?

  • I love this tuna recipe. I used to add some toasted oatmeal (not cooked) to a tuna salad, and that also made it yummy! Try it, and see what you think: )

  • I was looking for salad videos and i must say your videos ROCK!!! Bright,informative and short, fun, very good background sound. Good work

  • New sub. This look so refreshing and I have everything on hand. Love that this was a straight forward recipe with dialogue that is about the recipe.

  • I love this tuna recipe. I used to add some toasted oatmeal (not cooked) to a tuna salad, and that also made it yummy! Try it, and see what you think: )

  • Never tried raw broccoli before. This salad sounds really yum. How many servings would that be if it were a meal do you think. Loving your channel!

  • I love all your recipe videos so much. Can I use cucumber instead of celery?
    The down side of living in a small town it’s that we don’t have celery here hahah

  • let me tell people what I’ve experienced in my life I’m 62 years old and I can tell you I don’t care how healthy they say these oils are if you’re dumping that kind of olive oil in your salad that shit is still fattening onion look at the calorie count for one teaspoon I can’t believe there are healthy foods healthy fats I think fat is fat and even though it might not turn into saturated fat in your veins it turns into fat on your ass

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  • I really enjoy your show
    The whatever word did not sound nice for those that prefer another choice instead of mayonnaise
    Sorry but it is not like you to put it that way

  • Made it today it is quite nice and unique. The only one thing for those who cares about weight: dressing requires less then half a cups of mayo and sour cream and also I skipped sugar coz apples and cranberries already sweet

  • OMG!!! Homemade mayonnaise ������. I love �� not having to use store bought mayo.
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful salad ����������������

  • Podrías enviar las recetas en español se ven deliciosas pero las verduras las conozco pero no se bien que es lo último que le pones no se si es mayonesa o crema salsa tártara por FA envía la receta en español ��

  • Hi Natasha,

    I can’t wait to try this recipe. We love a broccoli salad that is served at a local barbecue place here in Austin but it has a lot more ingredients which can be a bit laborious to prepare at home. Your recipe is fantastic because it only has 7 ingredients and it looks luscious!! Thanks for sharing.

    Love, Mary

  • I don’t like cucumber. Is there a good substitute for it? I am going to like your video anyways because it does look delicious…I would just be picking out the cucumbers. Lol

  • Natasha, girl! I have no words this recipe is absolutely a keeper, just made it 10 minutes ago, I’ve been on a salad beng here on your page haven’t been disappointed, Thanks once again ❤

  • I like to caramelizar onions to add this bit of sweet flavor, bell peppers which add this fresh pop to it, and some chile’s en vinagre for some spice.

  • I just love your recipes. I haven’t tried any as yet, because I just found you. I am excited to try your recipes! �� Thank you! I love when you get to the taste test, you’re too cute! ��

  • I really enjoy your show
    The whatever word did not sound nice for those that prefer another choice instead of mayonnaise
    Sorry but it is not like you to put it that way

  • Just made this salad. The taste was so good, everyone wanted seconds. I made 2 portions and instead of sugar, I added just 1 table spoon of maple syrup. Definitely will make it again. Really good.

  • OMG!!! Homemade mayonnaise ������. I love �� not having to use store bought mayo.
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful salad ����������������

  • Hi Natasha I just subscribed to your Channel because I don’t want to miss all your great recipes because they easy to make doesn’t take too much time and a very delicious thank you ❤��✌

  • i need you to review your original job contract with the marshals as you bought out my no 1 position but did not pay yet. ktb i need this money right away thank you. you were given this money when you came to america it is not your earnings those are separate.ktb

  • Question…is it safe to use a raw egg in the mayonnaise you made???? I thought we weren’t suppose to consume raw eggs…thank you!!

  • let me tell people what I’ve experienced in my life I’m 62 years old and I can tell you I don’t care how healthy they say these oils are if you’re dumping that kind of olive oil in your salad that shit is still fattening onion look at the calorie count for one teaspoon I can’t believe there are healthy foods healthy fats I think fat is fat and even though it might not turn into saturated fat in your veins it turns into fat on your ass

  • I’m looking for avocado recipes and saw this done. This is perfect! Thanks Natasha. ❤️

    Edit: new sub here, though i’m following your page on Facebook. ��

  • Hi Natashas! What kind of herb can be replaced of cilantro for this salad?! Caz my family cannot eat that herb btw i want to make it this avocado tuna salad with another herb if can:)

  • I’m eating tuna salad right now( my own recipe) as a dinner. It’s summer and this salad works great because it’s low caloric (I don’t use dressing as my tuna is already in olive oil )

  • Wow, so glad I found this channel
    I’m in desperate need of a health change, I have arthritis, got inflammation and pain like all the time and want to avoid pharmaceutical drugs. This will surely help me ( not this recipe this channel)

  • I like this and will definitely try this! Personally, I will cook the broccoli a bit because raw broccoli doesn’t digest very well in my stomach. Hopefully, it stays crunchy.

  • Wait bacon is healthy? �� Also most dried cranberries contain added sugar about the same amount as a serving of ice cream. Raisins are definitely a delicious healthy swap though.

  • Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli and cabbage, are full of fiber and other nutrients, but they may interfere with the production of thyroid hormone if you have an iodine deficiency and may produce goitrogens.  As thyroid conditions are highly correlated to autoimmune, not sure I’d advocate raw broccoli.  Steaming broccoli seems to inactivate the goitrogens so perhaps steaming first?

  • I made this tonight and OMG!!! Funny thing is I don’t like avocado but this looks so delicious.. To my surprise I absolutely LOVE IT! Thanks for the recipe!��❤️��❤️

  • Oh my goodness, this looks so awesome and yummy
    I am going to try it for sure. ��������
    Наташа, вы молодчина, спасибо за ваши вкусные и лёгкие рецепты ����

  • I just love your recipes. I haven’t tried any as yet, because I just found you. I am excited to try your recipes! �� Thank you! I love when you get to the taste test, you’re too cute! ��

  • Wow, so glad I found this channel
    I’m in desperate need of a health change, I have arthritis, got inflammation and pain like all the time and want to avoid pharmaceutical drugs. This will surely help me ( not this recipe this channel)

  • Thumbs up for this video.I have the same tuna and said, I need to find a YouTube video where I can learn how to make a nice salad.Thanks

  • WOW. Another winner. I made this for a braai last night and everyone loved it. My lodger does not like mayo so I used all sour cream in the dressing and I didn’t add cranberries. (Could not find any). Next I want to try the lemon and poppy seed cake.

  • Hi Lisa, how long can you store this salad? It is quite a big salad and will not be able to eat it in one go. And I love meal prep (saves so much time), but do not want the salad to turn soggy.

  • I’m a little late to the party, but can I substitute apple for the dried cranberry to cut the sugar, or will it alter the flavor too much?

  • I don’t like cucumber. Is there a good substitute for it? I am going to like your video anyways because it does look delicious…I would just be picking out the cucumbers. Lol

  • Hi Lisa long time subscriber first time poster however today I had to share your craft across Facebook and Instagram and my friends love this go to lunch
    I really did not know what to have lunch so I looked in the food cupboard I had a lot of canned tuna chunks as soon as I use up the mountain of canned I will look for wild caught tuna in the future good for me and good gircthe planet

    This is what I did with your Tuna salad I had to substitute celery for cucumber as zi am not a fan also zi was a little descendant and added feta cheese do here’s my version

    1 can of tuna chunks (drained)
    Cucumber
    Feta Cheese cut into cubes
    Half an onion diced
    Basil or Oregano or Thyme I used all 3 just a pinch
    Half a tablespoon of Dijon mustard
    Good dollop of mayo

    I didn’t realise two cans is more than enough for one person so I have split it into two bowls having one as a late lunch light evening g meal with a jacket potato tomorrow I am going to buy some fresh sliced bread
    I love your mini hiking blogs around Orange county I was amazed at the amount of wildlife running about and then the inspirational post hike smoothie

    Keep bringing us new ideas I am loving them

    Donald from London Rnglamd x

  • Nix on the mayo for me, but I like Asian or honey mustard dressings in my Brocolli salads. Also, I use turkey bacon and or chicken. Note that she’s right about the stalks. I grate into a slaw or spiralize. Allows you to use the entire head of Brocolli. Supermarkets got hip to this, that why you see them selling the florets only, or pricier with the stalks. Plus Brocolli salads are in their deli menu (made from the cutoff stalks.) A favorite that if you use the right ingredients, can also be low caloric as well.

  • Never tried raw broccoli before. This salad sounds really yum. How many servings would that be if it were a meal do you think. Loving your channel!

  • Hi! Very nice recipe!

    I am your subscriber! I would be glad if you subscribe to my channel;)

    I wish you success in all your endeavors with all my heart! ��

  • I played this video for my husband, and he couldn’t wait for me to make it! It turned out so yummy! I found cheaper pine nuts in the produce section (next to the basil…because everyone makes their own pesto, right?). We also liked the small English cucumbers because they were crunchier!

  • You forgot to tell people that there’s enough mercury in tuna to last you for about 6 months. I’m a vegan nurse practitioner and I’m sad when I have to tell patients that they have to be tested for mercury poisoning. And sure enough they often have it.

  • Hello! I have to comment cuz this is THE BEST salad ever!:) I never try b. and c. raw until now! But I also put inside bean and corn! Salad is incredibly amazing! <3

  • Natasha, girl! I have no words this recipe is absolutely a keeper, just made it 10 minutes ago, I’ve been on a salad beng here on your page haven’t been disappointed, Thanks once again ❤

  • I use raisins or drained Mandarin oranges. The dressing is mayonnaise sugar or Splenda, and white vinegar ( if you use the Mandarin oranges, use just a little bit of the juice in your dressing.) Be sure and go easy on the vinegar, do all this to taste

  • Our broccoli salad has raisins, apples, pecans or walnuts, and sour cream and miracle whip, turkey bacon, Soo good, but I’m trying this version.

  • Made it today it is quite nice and unique. The only one thing for those who cares about weight: dressing requires less then half a cups of mayo and sour cream and also I skipped sugar coz apples and cranberries already sweet

  • Hi I’m back, I making your recipe now, since we are in crazy time, I’m enjoying cooking healthy meals for my family, once I go back to work, I hope I keep making healthy foods, and I love your soothing voice!��

  • I’ve never seen tuna drained so “quickly”. It takes a lot more squeezing to really drain it well. Thus, this is. Is leading and it will end up mushy. Otherwise, good recipe.

  • i’m a bit late to the party, found this yesterday, made it today as i had friends coming for lunch…deeeelicious! This will become a firm favourite…look forward to looking up some of your other recipes. Thank you.

  • This salad is perfect for potlucks. ��I hope it becomes a new favorite for you. PS: Have you signed up for our free email course ➡️ https://natashaskitchen.com/subscribe/

  • THIS IS JUST GREAT OF PREPARING SALAD WITH TUNA.
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  • Hi nats, I’m so happy to make this new dish�� of course I got so many comments (good)of course ����. Ur tips in the notes are the best highlights ��. Tqs keep on bringing the new recipes, these lockdown. ����. God bless u. Stay safe��.

  • Natasha your videos is so lovely bright love it. We love broccoli Cauliflower, this salad perfect for spring / summer. Thanks for sharing.

  • Question…is it safe to use a raw egg in the mayonnaise you made???? I thought we weren’t suppose to consume raw eggs…thank you!!

  • I like to add a grated carrot, and chopped apple. Fine Grate the peel of a lemon into the dressing, and put the lemon juice over the apples.

  • This looks so amazing! I like this fresh with a homemade mayonnaise just how you made it! Especially with a farm fresh egg! Your channel is amazing! You do such a great job! You are an inspiration! Thanks!

  • The problem I have with her salads is all that cilantro…cannot stand the stuff, and she uses it in every salad…maybe something different?

  • I just found your channel and already love your content. Plus it doesnt hurt that i am also a fellow Natasha that loves to cook. Keep up the amazing recipes!

  • Natasha, I just found out about your channel (shame on me!) and I simply love your recipes! I’ve never eaten these veggies raw, but it seems so yummi, I am going to try it tonight for dinner! Lucky me, I have all the ingredients to make it:D

    A big hug from Portugal:)

  • Cant wait to make this tomorrow… I wonder if you can sub yogurt for sour cream? I love creamy dressing I am going to try it.
    Thank you for the lovely recipe.
    I am trying to changing my diet this will help with variety. ����

  • This looks so amazing! I like this fresh with a homemade mayonnaise just how you made it! Especially with a farm fresh egg! Your channel is amazing! You do such a great job! You are an inspiration! Thanks!

  • Thumbs up for this video.I have the same tuna and said, I need to find a YouTube video where I can learn how to make a nice salad.Thanks

  • WOW. Another winner. I made this for a braai last night and everyone loved it. My lodger does not like mayo so I used all sour cream in the dressing and I didn’t add cranberries. (Could not find any). Next I want to try the lemon and poppy seed cake.

  • Our broccoli salad has raisins, apples, pecans or walnuts, and sour cream and miracle whip, turkey bacon, Soo good, but I’m trying this version.

  • You just made a salad that’s on whole foods salad bar. I’m definitely going to make this. I subscribed as well because this is what I need to start eating healthier again.

  • Sounds great, but how would it turn out if I’d briefly steam the broccoli? I’m sure my digestive system would thank me, and I’d also replace the onion or leave it out. I’m going to try it out, though ��

  • I love your recipes. I am monitoring my calorie intake and would appreciate the calorie and nutritional content for your recipes. Thanks

  • I just found your channel and already love your content. Plus it doesnt hurt that i am also a fellow Natasha that loves to cook. Keep up the amazing recipes!

  • I played this video for my husband, and he couldn’t wait for me to make it! It turned out so yummy! I found cheaper pine nuts in the produce section (next to the basil…because everyone makes their own pesto, right?). We also liked the small English cucumbers because they were crunchier!

  • Hello! I have to comment cuz this is THE BEST salad ever!:) I never try b. and c. raw until now! But I also put inside bean and corn! Salad is incredibly amazing! <3

  • Hi Natasha,

    I can’t wait to try this recipe. We love a broccoli salad that is served at a local barbecue place here in Austin but it has a lot more ingredients which can be a bit laborious to prepare at home. Your recipe is fantastic because it only has 7 ingredients and it looks luscious!! Thanks for sharing.

    Love, Mary

  • I use raisins or drained Mandarin oranges. The dressing is mayonnaise sugar or Splenda, and white vinegar ( if you use the Mandarin oranges, use just a little bit of the juice in your dressing.) Be sure and go easy on the vinegar, do all this to taste

  • Usually I add serrano pepper ��️ and avocado �� cilantro instead of parsley and eat it with crackers. But tomorrow I’ll give a try with parsley and make myself a sandwich with leaves of lettuce. ��

  • This is my absolute FAVORITE salad but I’d NEVER EVER EVER eat it with mayonnaise ���������������� I use sour cream and omg is it delicious �� but I guess to each their own ������

  • I love the show but gosh did you have to do yiur hair that much? Busy mums here don’t have time for that lol try to appear more natural. Otherwise loving for vibe and recipes too

  • I love all your recipe videos so much. Can I use cucumber instead of celery?
    The down side of living in a small town it’s that we don’t have celery here hahah

  • I made this tonight except I left out the broccoli. I used cabbage, carrots, grapes, red pepper, celery, almonds, pumpkin seeds and hemp seeds. I just made a batch of homemade yogurt yesterday so I used your dressing recipe and it was perfect! Thank you for some great ideas. We are on a path to better nutrition and you have helped quite a bit. Thanks

  • Hi! Very nice recipe!

    I am your subscriber! I would be glad if you subscribe to my channel;)

    I wish you success in all your endeavors with all my heart! ��

  • Made this recipe a couple of weeks ago for a bbq. party using store bought mayo, will be trying your mayo recipe love this type of food

  • Podrías enviar las recetas en español se ven deliciosas pero las verduras las conozco pero no se bien que es lo último que le pones no se si es mayonesa o crema salsa tártara por FA envía la receta en español ��

  • Sounds great, but how would it turn out if I’d briefly steam the broccoli? I’m sure my digestive system would thank me, and I’d also replace the onion or leave it out. I’m going to try it out, though ��

  • I was looking for salad videos and i must say your videos ROCK!!! Bright,informative and short, fun, very good background sound. Good work

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  • You just made a salad that’s on whole foods salad bar. I’m definitely going to make this. I subscribed as well because this is what I need to start eating healthier again.

  • I like to add a grated carrot, and chopped apple. Fine Grate the peel of a lemon into the dressing, and put the lemon juice over the apples.

  • I love the show but gosh did you have to do yiur hair that much? Busy mums here don’t have time for that lol try to appear more natural. Otherwise loving for vibe and recipes too

  • Hi nats, I’m so happy to make this new dish�� of course I got so many comments (good)of course ����. Ur tips in the notes are the best highlights ��. Tqs keep on bringing the new recipes, these lockdown. ����. God bless u. Stay safe��.

  • Hi I’m back, I making your recipe now, since we are in crazy time, I’m enjoying cooking healthy meals for my family, once I go back to work, I hope I keep making healthy foods, and I love your soothing voice!��

  • This is my absolute FAVORITE salad but I’d NEVER EVER EVER eat it with mayonnaise ���������������� I use sour cream and omg is it delicious �� but I guess to each their own ������

  • Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli and cabbage, are full of fiber and other nutrients, but they may interfere with the production of thyroid hormone if you have an iodine deficiency and may produce goitrogens.  As thyroid conditions are highly correlated to autoimmune, not sure I’d advocate raw broccoli.  Steaming broccoli seems to inactivate the goitrogens so perhaps steaming first?

  • I made this tonight and OMG!!! Funny thing is I don’t like avocado but this looks so delicious.. To my surprise I absolutely LOVE IT! Thanks for the recipe!��❤️��❤️

  • Hi Lisa, how long can you store this salad? It is quite a big salad and will not be able to eat it in one go. And I love meal prep (saves so much time), but do not want the salad to turn soggy.

  • Won’t the egg give you salmonella?? How does that work? I’ve seen people use a raw egg in Caesar salad dressing too. How does that work???

  • Natasha yr Beef & Broccoli
    Stir fry was superb.
    We all enjoyed it very much.
    Thank you very much for yr
    Lovely recipes Natasha.
    God Bless & Protect You All Always.

  • The salad really does look delicious, Natasha…I mean, bacon, right? My loan application was denied, so would sunflower seeds or salted peanuts be acceptable substitutions for the pine nuts? (:

  • Just made this salad for my daughter’s graduation party. I had to tweak it a bit due to ingredients I had on hand, but basically the same, and I could have made TWICE the amount I did! People LOVE this salad I had folks asking for the recipe & several told me “I don’t even LIKE broccoli”!! Thank you!

  • Tuna is always a staple in my opinion. I ❤️ the addition of the herbs & Dijon. One more ingredient my mom used growing up (that I can’t make without) is pickled banana peppers, chop & pour a little brine in, to taste.

  • Oh my goodness, this looks so awesome and yummy
    I am going to try it for sure. ��������
    Наташа, вы молодчина, спасибо за ваши вкусные и лёгкие рецепты ����

  • The salad really does look delicious, Natasha…I mean, bacon, right? My loan application was denied, so would sunflower seeds or salted peanuts be acceptable substitutions for the pine nuts? (:

  • Ok I didn’t watch this yet but I was on Pinterest cause I wanted to see pictures of desserts and see if I could maybe get ideas and I found ur account!! I’m following!��