Ingredients1 h 10 m servings 217 cals
- Mix tuna, cranberries, apple, mayonnaise, green onion, sea salt, and black pepper together in a bowl; refrigerate 1 hour.
- Put 2 cups spinach on each of 2 plates. Top spinach with about half the tuna salad.
Per Serving: 217 calories; 5.8 g fat; 25.5 g carbohydrates; 18.2 g protein; 24 mg cholesterol; 342 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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Wonderful flavors! I substituted raisins for the dried cranberries and used plain Greek yogurt instead of mayo. Also, I left out the salt and pepper. The sweetness of the fruit balanced the tuna...
I've never been as big a fan of tuna salad as my husband, but I did enjoy this. The cranberries and fresh apple provide just the right amount of sweetness. I did miss the crunch of chopped cel...
Yum! I added sunflower seeds as well! I also served It on whole wheat bread instead of spinach.
I loved love loved this. I normally don't make tuna fish because it's boring to me. This was not. I did add about a tbsp of lemon juice, which have it a nice little bite. Delicious!
Great recipe! Now I'm going to substitute Greek yogurt (my wife doesn't like mayo), take the hint from the photo with your recipe and serve slices of fresh fruit on the side (she loves avocado ...
I used Albacore in this recipe and it was the best tuna salad my husband and I have ever had. Definitely on the make again list!
This was super easy and yummy. I doubled this recipe for my family of four. I chopped the spinach up and added it to the salad. I served it with flatbread but honestly it was yummy without bread.
Super yummy! I've also made it with grilled chicken and it's delicious both ways!