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I tried this recipe twice--just to make sure it was as good the second time. Like another reviewer, I left the avocado chunky. Instead of white onion, I used red, and instead of tomato and jalepeno, I used some salsa. The only reason it gets 4 instead of 5 stars is that even with the pits left in, the color turns a bit. Even with that, I like this a lot.
WIERDLY GOOD! I am doubtful about a lot of these odd combos on here but this was so simple and it really creates its own flavor that's hard to explain. Especially good with potato chips I'm on a gluten free diet.
I bought some avocado's at the market an noticed they were getting a little to ripe so iv been searching for some good recipes so I decided to try this one!This was super Healthy and Absolutely Delish! I used one of my 100 calorie rolls and instead of dicing the tomato i just put a nice thick slice on my roll! Wonderful! Yummmm!
I have been looking for healthy options when making meals and at first I thought the combination of avocado and tuna sounded weird, but I went for it anyway. It was AMAZING! The only change I made is that I used 2 avocados instead of 3, and I used fresh pico that you can buy in the produce section which has tomato and onion all chopped up nicely and mixed that in I also used lime juice which gave it a nice flavor and helped it last when we had it for lunch again the following day. This will be our weekend lunch from now on.
SO good and so versatile! I put mine in romaine lettuce leaves (like boats) with a side of carrots dipped in hummus. I ate this for lunch and split with my husband and he loved it. I also put some Crystals hot sauce on top and it was Fabulous!! I will for sure make this again. Note: One can of tuna and one avocado is 2 servings at 263 calories each serving. I will make this only when my hubby is home for lunch otherwise I will be temped to eat the whole thing.
I love this salad. I first had it when I was in Mexico. I don't think I ever make it the same way ever. I like to add roasted corn a great way to use up left over corn on the cob. Our bunch always cleans the bowl!
Great healthy lunch you can feel good about we just put it on wheat crackers. I reduced to two servings but kept the jalapeno tomatoes at the full amount since I have an abundance in my garden now. A wee bit of salt and pepper too.