How often do you eat a salad for lunch or dinner instead of a cooked meal?
Salads are a great way to experiment with various types of food and ideal for using up those cold left-overs. With a little imagination, salads can bring together so many flavours and textures and their nutrition can be substantial enough to replace a conventional meal. Combine veggies with a source of protein, some carbs and any dressing you prefer and you will get your daily intake of all neccessary components.
Tuna in combination with fresh seasonal vegetables is a bombastic combination because it contains omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B, and a number of minerals such as selenium, potassium and magnesium that are crucial for the proper functioning of our body.
So…try our summer tuna salad recipe which is quick, simple and contains ingredients which are easily accessible.
– 1 packet Mediteranea salad ICEBERG SALAT CENTAR
– 1 handful Matovilac salad ICEBERG SALAT CENTAR
– 1 handful baby spinach ICEBERG SALAT CENTAR
– 1 can of tuna
– 4 tbsp. sweet corn (cooked)
– 1 tbsp. grated parmesan
– 2 tbsp. olive oil
– 1 tbsp. balsamico vinegar
– Salt and pepper
1. In a large mixing bowl combine all salad types, corn and tuna.
2. Season ingredients with olive oil, balsamico vinegar and salt and pepper.
3. Toss, sprinkle with parmesan and serve.
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