Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

A nice, light supper salad. Feel free to sprinkle on extra dill if you really like dill. This is an Italian salad.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Tear lettuce into bite sized pieces; Toss lettuce, tomato, beans, tuna, and onion in a large bowl.
  2. Whisk together dressing ingredients.
  3. Toss dressing with salad just until coated; serve immediately.
  4. 1 serving (based on 4 servings) = 220 cal, 6g fat, 24g carb, 19g pro, 6g fibre, 22% iron.
Most Helpful

A nice and different tuna salad. I put a mixture of lettuce, shredded carrot and shredded red cabbage on the bottom and then the mixture of tomatoes, beans, tuna and onions (mixed with the dressing) on top. Very pretty presentation. I did end up adding a bit more vinegar and some Greek seasoning to boost the flavor. I think I would like it better with a balsamic dressing. THANKS for posting.

JanuaryBride August 31, 2009

I made this for a cooking class at the diet center I work at and everyone really enjoyed it! The only thing I changed was green onions for the red ones. Also used albacore tuna. Thanks Luv for a great salad!

PrimQuilter June 22, 2009

This was a very nice salad but unfortunately I didnt care for the beans on it as much as I thought I would. Used a bag of romaine salad mix, a pouch of lemon pepper tuna. Instead of the water in the dressing I did use the extra olive oil and a tad bit more of the dijon mustard. Next time I will use green onions instead of the red for a milder onion flavor. Made and reviewed for the Diabetic Forums "Come to a Garden Party" Recipe Tag Game.

lauralie41 July 02, 2012