Diet and Nutrition

Monday Meals: Greek-Style Tuna Salad

This salad strikes me as the perfect weeknight summer meal. It simplifies my life in two ways: by featuring pantry staples and helping to use up all of the farmer’s market veggies that I have scooped up over the weekend. Lightly-dressed, fresh tomatoes and cucumbers form the vibrant base of this salad while canned oil-packed tuna and kalamata olives make it briny and satisfying. Tuna and olive oil are both sources of Omega-3 fatty acids. Serve it with bread as a no-fail crowd pleaser or in lettuce cups to up the fiber even more.

This recipe for Greek-style Tuna Salad comes to us from the menu masters at The Kitchn.

Need more salad inspiration? Clean and Delicious offers 3 simple healthy salads to switch up your green routine.

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Alison Relyea-Parr

Alison Relyea-Parr

Alison is the editor and contributor of A UW-Madison graduate, Alison is also an illustrator and educator.