Avocado Tuna Salad Recipe
This quick and easy recipe proves that tuna salad doesn't have to be boring with its avocado, apple, walnut, and flavorful seasonings--it makes a perfect meal or side dish.
This quick and easy tuna and avocado salad is a little bit different as it leaves out the mayonnaise and uses fresh flavors to bring a new twist on a favorite lunch or a snack.
This isn't your average tuna salad--it combines the ease of canned tuna with avocado, tomato, and feta cheese for a quick and tasty lunch.
Avocado halves are filled with a tangy tuna salad in this Spanish tapa. This is a light, healthy tapa that goes best with crisp white wines and crunchy bread.
This tuna salad gets added creaminess from avocado and packs a punch with jalapeno and onion.
I made this tonight with a few minor changes. Used 1 large (12 oz) can tuna, whole small apple and juice of 1 lemon in place of pickle juice. I also used Miracle Whip rather than mayo (for extra sweetness). I chopped the avocado rather than mashing. Added all other ingredients exactly as written. My husband and I both enjoyed it. Served on lettuce leaves for a nice, light summer dinner with a glass of rosé.
This is a very tasty recipe. I especially love the healthy avocado, apple and walnuts with the tuna. I followed the recipe exactly. It is a keeper.
I omitted the celery because I’m allergic. I substituted slivered almonds instead of walnuts. In a separate batch, I substituted canned chicken because my husband doesn’t like tuna. All in all I think this is a pretty tasty dish on toast or just plain
Delish. Didn't have pickle juice and used a whole avacado. I spread Hummus on my bread, quick broil them mixture. Thanks for this!