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Tuna Salad

Rated as 4.47 out of 5 Stars

"Tuna and lettuce salad with garbanzo beans, chopped egg, and cucumber. Great with French dressing."
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15 m servings 350
Original recipe yields 4 servings


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  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine tuna, chickpeas (garbanzo beans), chopped hard-boiled eggs, diced cucumber, and iceberg lettuce.
  2. Toss well and add French dressing to taste.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 350 calories; 19.4 27.1 16.2 115 548 Full nutrition

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This is a really good salad recipe. I used mayo instead of the french dressing and I added some garlic and onion powders just out of personal preference. Nice cool summer supper.

I used a homemade low-calorie ranch dressing instead of french dressing and the garbanzo beans I used were organic. I chose to make lettuce wraps out of this salad. What I did was add some finel...

Very yummy! I did not use cucumbers (don't like them) and added extra beans. I used red wine vinaigrette dressing and LOVED the taste combination! Thanks for the idea!

Much better than I expected. I used tomatoes instead of cucumbers and 1000 island instead of French

This is good! I used a homemade french dressing that has lemon juice in the recipe and it really brightened up the flavor.

This is a good salad! I skipped the cucumbers, as I didn't have any, but added some red onion. I actually ate it rolled up in the lettuce rather than tossed in it. Little salad burrito. Mmm.

I substituted chicken salad for tuna, mayo for french dressing, left out the cucumber (I don't like "crunchy things" in my chicken/tuna salads) and added a bit of cilantro. My husband and I like...

Very good and easy dish! I didn't have cucumbers so I used pickles and miracle whip instead of French dressing. I also topped it on spinach. Delicious.

This turned out wonderfully. I cut up an apple and added about half of it. Some Italian seasoning was added, too. Instead of French dressing, I tried olive oil and red wine vinegar. This was...