Classic Tuna Salad
June 19, 2020
This simple tuna salad recipe is easy to make and is astoundingly refreshing on a hot summer day.
Tuna salad is always my go-to for a simple, easy lunch. On top of being easy to make, it's also a great lunch to pack up and take anywhere (the beach, park, etc).
How to make tuna salad
Making tuna salad is as easy as chopping up your produce, and throwing it all in a bowl with canned tuna, mayonnaise, and the mustard of your choice. Make sure to go with the freshest produce available to you for the best tuna salad.
What is a good substitute for mayonnaise in tuna salad?
There are many alternatives to using mayonnaise in tuna salad. If you're looking to cut calories or just don't like the taste of mayonnaise, you can substiute the mayo with avacado, olive oil, or cashew cream. If you choose to use avacado, make sure to mash it before adding it so that it evenly coats the entire salad.
What can you put in tuna salad?
Here is a list of things that are often put in tuna salad:
- Red onion
- Cherry tomatoes
- Hard boiled egg
How long can tuna salad stay in the fridge?
Tuna salad can keep well in the fridge for 3 - 5 days. Store in a bowl sealed airtight with plastic wrap. Disregard tuna salad if it has any off smells or appearance.
What to serve with tuna salad
Tuna salad goes great on crackers, bread (to make a tuna salad sandwich), or just a leaf of lettuce. Some other great things to serve with tuna salad are:
- Fresh fruit or vegetables
- Cheese of any sort
- Spiral noodles
This simple tuna salad recipe is easy to make and is a healthy, refreshing meal
Calories: per serving