Tuna and White Bean Salad. Simple tuna and white bean salad, a classic combination and so easy to make! Some items that you will almost always find well stocked in our pantry are canned beans (white beans, garbanzo, kidney) and canned tuna packed in olive oil. Purists would insist on imported Italian canned tuna fish for the Tuscan classic, but we think plain old tuna from the supermarket is just fine, too.
This Tuna and White Bean salad is mayo-free, but big on flavor. So, I came up with this easy little Tuna and White Bean Salad to solve both of those problems. White beans (navy or great northern) are pretty neutral in flavor and the texture goes quite well with tuna, so they're a really great way to. You can have Tuna and White Bean Salad using 13 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Tuna and White Bean Salad
- It’s 400 g of Cannellini Beans.
- You need 300 g of Albacore Tuna.
- It’s 10 of Anchovies.
- You need 1 of Red Onion.
- Prepare 450 g of Jar Roasted Red & Yellow Peppers.
- You need 250 g of Cherry Tomatoes.
- Prepare 100 g of Black Olives.
- It’s 50 g of Parsley.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Garlic Puree.
- You need 2 tbsp of Olive Oil.
- You need 1 of Juice of Lemon.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Balsamic Vinegar.
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Salads are an amazing way to vary meals and keep prep time to a minimum. We know it can be hard to keep salads interesting, we highly recommend this colorful salad. The time-honored Italian pairing of canned tuna and cannellini beans makes a super-simple, satisfying lunch. It's not every day that a salad wakes me from a dead sleep.
Tuna and White Bean Salad instructions
- Chop onion and place in a bowl and add olive oil, balsamic and garlic purée..
- Chop peppers and slice tomatoes into quarters and olives into halves and add to mix..
- Add cannellini beans together with flaked tuna and finely sliced anchovies..
- Finally add juice of lemon and parsley and enjoy..
But this morning, this one did. I use chunk white albacore tuna packed in water that flakes in large chunks rather than skinny bits like you might find in regular old tuna sandwiches. This white bean and tuna salad with basil vinaigrette is loaded with veggies and topped with an herby dressing. Best of all, this side salad is gluten-free and easy for a quick weeknight dinner. Fold in lettuce, white beans, and tuna and serve with remaining dressing and eggs.