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Dairy Free/ Gluten Free/ Lunch/ Salads/ Snacks

Clean Eating Rainbow Tuna Salad

I am fighting off the beginnings of a cold so in between the spoonfuls of manuka honey I have been consuming for the past three days, I am trying my best to eat some health boosting food. This rainbow tuna salad was just perfect. Light but filling and packed with fresh veggies and lean protein it makes a great light lunch or snack.

I don’t use a lot of buckwheat, I love my my Buckwheat Banana Bread Pancakes but other then the  occasional buckwheat noodle stir fry, I’m not very adventurous with this grain. However, these crispbreads are my absolute favourite. They are organic, gluten free and made with only two ingredients; wholegrain buckwheat flour & sea salt. They are delicious topped with humous and are absolutely perfect with this tuna salad.

I get these from Ocado or Amazon but if you don’t have them you can try this tuna salad with wholegrain rice cakes, oat cakes or other wholegrain crackers like dark ryvita.

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Clean Eating Rainbow Tuna Salad

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  • Yield: 2 Servings

Light but filling and packed with fresh veggies and lean protein this recipe makes a great light lunch or snack.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Place the tuna, olive oil and diced vegetables into a bowl and stir to combine.
  2. Top with plenty of black pepper and fresh parsley and serve with the crispbreads.

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