"Glam up" a can of tuna with these fresh new ideas.
We love canned tuna for its healthy omega-3 fatty acids and the virtuous feeling we get when eating it. Tuna typically keeps healthy company—greens, vegetables, or cottage cheese for a trim lunch. Here it teams up with fresh vegetables and herbs for sprightly salads. We’re feeling better already.
—By Jill Melton
Take a trip to southern France with this salad of potatoes, tuna, asparagus, radishes and olives.
Keep hard-cooked eggs on hand in the fridge to make easy, no-cook recipes like this one.
Serve this creamy spread with water crackers or vegetable sticks.
The combination of crisp vegetables and soft tuna and egg makes a delicious main-dish salad.