Kidney Bean Tuna Salad

Kidney Bean Tuna Salad

"This light, nutritious entree salad for two comes from Sandra Fisher of Kent, Washington. It's especially pretty served on a lettuce-lined plate for a special luncheon."
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15 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, combine the first seven ingredients. For dressing, in a small bowl, whisk the oil, vinegar, lemon juice, garlic, dill, salt and pepper. Pour over tuna mixture and toss lightly. Serve on a bed of lettuce if desired.

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  • Nutritional Analysis: 1 cup equals 432 calories, 24 g fat (7 g saturated fat), 56 mg cholesterol, 1,026 mg sodium, 22 g carbohydrate, 6 g fiber, 31 g protein.

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Most helpful positive review

This salad is summery. Its wonderful flavors glance the taste buds gracefully. I was surprised by the mix of kidney beans and tuna. I recommend this one to anyone. No, make that everyone.

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Made without fresh cilantro, and used a dash of coriander seed instead. Served on boats of Romaine lettuce. Fresh, clean and healthy-tasting. I kept wanting to add more salt at the table, but fo...

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This salad is summery. Its wonderful flavors glance the taste buds gracefully. I was surprised by the mix of kidney beans and tuna. I recommend this one to anyone. No, make that everyone.

I left out the olive oil and the cheese for a lighter lunch and it is fantastic. I also add some chopped cucumber.

This was fantastic! I used a 15.5 oz can kidney beans to three cans of tuna; yield was three large pita sandwiches. Threw in red pepper because I had it; omitted olives and cilantro because I di...

Excellent! I threw in chopped tomatoes and fresh parsley. Used shallots instead of red onion. I would double the dressing next time. Served on toasted pita. A good and healthy lunch!

Good recipe; skipped the olives and used dried kidney beans

I omitted the cheese and used black olives. Wasn't sure which kind to use. I like the fact I will not feel guilty after eating this salad; it's healthy & simple. It's almost TOO light and ref...

v. good. light and refreshing. added cucumbers since I had them on hand and they went well with the dill dressing.

We really liked this recipe on a hot summers night. I made it because we had all the ingredients on hand. Don't know what I could have to done to make it 5 stars but it was a good solid recipe t...

Made without fresh cilantro, and used a dash of coriander seed instead. Served on boats of Romaine lettuce. Fresh, clean and healthy-tasting. I kept wanting to add more salt at the table, but fo...

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