White Bean Tuna Salad

White Bean Tuna Salad

"'I adapted this recipe from one in my local newspaper,' writes Kathleen Law, Post Falls, Idaho. 'The zippy Dijon dressing adds interest to the beans, tuna, olives and onion. It makes a filling and healthy lunch that I like to take to work."
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30 m servings
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  1. In a small bowl, combine the vinegar, garlic, mustard, sugar, salt and pepper; gradually whisk in oil. In a large bowl, combine the beans, tuna, olives and onion; add dressing and toss gently. Cover and refrigerate until serving.

Footnotes

  • Nutritional Analysis: One serving (3/4 cup) equals 247 calories, 7 g fat (1 g saturated fat), 17 mg cholesterol, 754 mg sodium, 23 g carbohydrate, 6 g fiber, 20 g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 3 lean meat, 1 starch, 1 vegetable.

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This was very tasty and a nice change from regular tuna salad. I didn't have the olives so I left them out. I also added some ground flaxseed to give it a nice nutty flavor. This would be grea...

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Too much tuna, the beans were odd and Way way WAY too much vinegar! I might make this again with a whole lotta changes, but I still can't get the taste out of my mouth. I did not like this rec...

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This was very tasty and a nice change from regular tuna salad. I didn't have the olives so I left them out. I also added some ground flaxseed to give it a nice nutty flavor. This would be grea...

Healthy and delicious! This is the perfect recipe with omega from the tuna and fiber from the beans. I used the white beans (don't like kidney beans) and I omitted the olives, didn't have any....

Very good for something different to do with tuna salad. I used what we had on hand (pinto beans, horseradish mustard and kalamata olives) and I don't think it hurt the flavor a bit. I'll make t...

Too much tuna, the beans were odd and Way way WAY too much vinegar! I might make this again with a whole lotta changes, but I still can't get the taste out of my mouth. I did not like this rec...

Very good, even without the olives (I omitted them because my family doesn't like olives.) Also I added just a little peeled and chopped cucumber, and a little finely chopped red & yellow bell ...

Very good.

I really think I'd prefer this as just a bean salad without the tuna. Guess I'm just not much of a tuna fan with the exception of the occasional mayo-based tuna salad sandwich.

Pretty darn tasty -- and good for you to boot. I like the way the beans stretch out the tuna for a heartier lunch serving. I left out the olives per taste and added some fresh chopped chives for...

Very good recipe and very healthy. I try to eat healthy and sometimes it is so time consuming it gets frustrating, but this fit all the recommendations, but it was almost like FAST FOOD it was ...

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