Healthy Gluten-Free Tuna Salad Recipe

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This recipe is full of nutrients that are important to anyone living gluten-free. Tuna is a great source of iodine and iron, and avacado provides fiber, potassium, vitamin E, B-vitamins, and folic acid. The tomato is full of Vitamins A and C, the onions add sulfur, and the cilantro contains Vitamin K and gives the salad it’s zesty taste. I hope you enjoy!

 

(You may want to double or triple the recipe depending on how many people you’re feeding! This feeds about 2 as a side-dish, 1 for a main dish).

1 can of tuna (my favorite is the albacore in water at Fresh & Easy, no soy!)
1 small organic tomato, diced
1/4 diced onion
1 avacado, diced
1/2 cup cilantro
sea salt + lime + lemon juice (to taste)

Mix it all together, and enjoy!

♥ Christie

 

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Author Information: Christie Bessinger, Fresno, CA
Publisher, Celiac Scoop Blog
You can reach Christie via Email


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2 comments

  1. I’ve been making this for years! I ate it a lot when I first went GF – easy to make, naturally GF and really tasty!

  2. Looks yummy!!! Can’t wait to make it for myself. Thanks!!!

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