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Easy & good. Thought it needed something... lemon, artichokes, olives, red peppers??? Not sure what, but next time I'll experiment. Thanks!
This was a nice change from plain old tuna salad. I decreased the oil to 1 TBSP of canola, out of olive oil, and increased the vinegar to 2 TBSP. Added red onion in place of green and a stalk of celery. I only had a 15 oz can of beans and 5 oz can tuna, but the proportions seemed to work. I think I may try this with red wine vinegar next time or add some lemon, as I wanted a little bit more zip in the flavor. Topped with cracked pepper and kosher salt, served on lettuce with crackers for a great lunch. Thanks for posting!
My new, favorite way to eat tuna. I had to substitute the cannellini beans for garbanzo beans (chickpeas), but I didn't mind because I love them! The flavor was great. I put the cans of beans and tuna in the refrigerator before I left for work which made it easy to throw together and serve immediately.
Great recipe! I used 3 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar and only 1 tablespoon of olive oil. I've already passed this recipe on to friends. Thank you!
Easy, healthy and light lunch. Served over arugula. Needed salt and pepper and Next time I'll squeeze some lemon juice over top.
This was a very good tuna salad. Thanks to other reviewers, I added celery, garlic powder instead of garlic, red pepper chili flakes and little bit of mustard. Going into the keeper file. Thanks!!
AMAZING when served on a big bed of fresh baby spinach! I'm not a big green onion fan, so I just put in a bit of dried onion flakes. Next time I may try red or Vidalia. This is a definite keeper. Thanks so much for sharing!
Yum! I omitted the white beans and used garbanzos instead. I also used white onions instead of the green. Not to mention I didn't have any balsamic vinegar on hand so I used lemon juice. I added goat cheese, italian seasoning, shredded carrots, fresh parsley, and a few ribs of celery. I will be making this again when I have all the ingredients to see how it tastes normally. Hopefully I can add another review.
So good and good for you. I forgot to mention that I added diced avocado to this. Had it with pita bread along with tomato and cucumber slice's on the side for a great lunch :)
I really loved this recipe. My husband was a little unsure at first but the more we ate, the more he appreciated the clean flavors. I made mine with garbanzo beans and used garlic powder instead of fresh then placed it on a bed of mixed greens. What a low carb, delicious salad that I will make often. Thanks for posting!