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Tuna-Artichoke Salad

Rated as 4.27 out of 5 Stars
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"A delicious, healthy dish perfect for lunch or a light dinner."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 104
Original recipe yields 4 servings

Directions

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  1. Mix artichoke hearts, dill, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and black pepper together in a bowl; add spinach, tuna, and red bell pepper and toss.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 104 calories; 3.8 7.7 10.2 9 279 Full nutrition

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5.14.16 Made exactly as written, wouldn’t change a thing, simply delicious! It’s already in the 90’s in Florida, and I’m looking for new summer recipes that’ll keep me out of the kitchen in t...

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i made it just like the recipe, except i didn't have fresh dill, so i used a T of dried. Maybe my dill was bad or something, but i thought this was just weird. Didn't feel like the flavors rea...

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5.14.16 Made exactly as written, wouldn’t change a thing, simply delicious! It’s already in the 90’s in Florida, and I’m looking for new summer recipes that’ll keep me out of the kitchen in t...

This might be the best salad with tuna I have ever had. I was a bit nervous about the amount of dill, but I like to make the recipe exactly as presented first before making any changes (I got a ...

I was looking for a salad with artichokes and fresh spinach. Admittedly, I did leave out the tuna and reduced the dill to 1 tablespoon of bottled dill since i was not sure how I would like the ...

Would give it ten stars if possible! This is so quick and easy, takes no time at all, and presto! A very light, flavorful lunch is served. Two of us consumed it all in one sitting. One chose...

Delicious. I did add chopped onion and elbow noodles to "beef" it up so it worked as a main course. Because of noodles I added extra oil, lemon, and seasonings. Tried with and without noodles ...

Very good and fancy when stuffed into a cored out tomato. I think I'll try basil next time instead of dill. The dill was good, I just think the basil will be better. Easy, delicious and healt...

Started back on Weight Watchers and this was a wonderful dish with very little points that count. I will make a few adjustments the next time adding more flavors that we like at home.

i made it just like the recipe, except i didn't have fresh dill, so i used a T of dried. Maybe my dill was bad or something, but i thought this was just weird. Didn't feel like the flavors rea...

I am on a very restricted diet for an auto-immune, anti inflammatory diet and it has been hard to find any. The only thing that had to be removed that did not fit in the diet was the red pepper...