Mediterranean Tuna Salad

"My version of a similar tuna salad offered at the deli counter at Whole Foods Market."
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  • Drain tuna and flake into a mixing bowl.
  • Coarsely chop, or quarter, artichoke hearts and mix with tuna.
  • Add remaining ingredients, mix gently until just blended.

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  1. AaliyahsAaronsMum
    Truly delicious! I loved the addition of the artichoke hearts and feta cheese with the tuna and lovely blend of flavours of the balsamic vinegar and oregano. Next time I shall add in some roasted bell peppers, I am sure that will be a wonderful addition too. I served it on a bed of baby rocket leaves and made a wonderful sandwich with the leftovers. Thank you, Susiecat too, for shraing this wonderful recipe, I definitely will be making it again! :)
  2. Ravenseyes
    lots of really good flavors going on in this tuna salad - I choose to use some of the leftover ahi tuna steak from the nite before and it was awesome thanks for sharing the recipe -
  3. Engrossed
    WONDERFUL salad full of flavors I LOVE! I used extra green onions and quartered cherry tomatoes. I enjoyed it atop crunchy red cabbage. YUM!
  4. Redsie
    This was a fresh tasty salad!! We loved it!! The mix of feta cheese, artichoke hearts, tomato and tuna is a heavenly mix!! Made for Photo Challenge! Thanks Susiecat too! :)
  5. BarbryT
    Really, really yummy! I made a half recipe (for one, with leftovers for lunches). I definitely prefer it as a salad, with crunchy lettuces as a base (rather than as a sandwich). I am very glad I made it, and shall be making it again. Perfect for potlucks!! Thanks for posting this, Susiecat too!


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