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|Calories260Calories from Fat60|
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|Calories from Fat60|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ma Homie 2 years ago
I enjoyed this super easy recipe and make some sort of version around once a week! Most girls I know, including myself, have low iron in their blood so the tuna and other veggies in this dish really help me get back on track with this! I usually add pickles, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, shredded carrots, red pepper flakes, or other seasonings and veggies to kick it up or use up veggies I have in the house! It’s a great way to sneak in additional vegetables with little to no calorie additions and make the dish into a meal for one or two days. Sometimes I don’t even need to eat it on a wrap or slice of bread because it’s so filling and stands on its own!
Brittany Hammond 3 years ago
So delicious! Confession #1, I had never made a tuna salad before today. It just wasnt something we typically ate in my family growing up. Sure we would eat it at the occasional baby shower or reunion, but to actually make it I had no clue. So thanks for the step by step. Confession #2, until today, i had never eaten a brussell sprout. And now, I believe I am in love! It gave a perfect kick to the tuna salad. Thanks so much for sharing!
Esther K. 3 years ago
The throw was absolutely a hit!!! Best Christmas gift this year for my daughter and son-in-law who have an outdoor patio/bbq with pizza oven that is used year round. The throw was perfect for the chlly nights watching the basketball games over the Christmas weekend.