Restaurant-style Tuna salad loaded with mayo and stuffed between two slices of bread is unhealthy – but what we are making today is the polar opposite. Loaded with herbs, fresh vegetables, with not a trace of mayo – let’s make some Greek-Style Grilled Tuna Salad.
- One seedless cucumber wedge
- One small tomato, wash appropriately cut into halves
- 2-5 ounces of fresh tuna
- One half-cup fresh pitted kalamata olives
- One-half cup of red onion slice thin as possible
- One Red Pepper, sliced
- One Green pepper, cut
- One half-cup of any low-fat cheese
Ingredient for the dressing
- 3 Tbsp. virgin olive oil
- 2 Tbsp. of red wine vinegar
- 1 tsp. of dried oregano
- Sea salt
- fresh ground black pepper
- Grill the tuna medium-rare.
- Prepare a large bowl and combine all the ingredients.
- When all the ingredients are thoroughly mixed, prepare a different small bowl.
- Mix all the dressing ingredients.
Tuna is a good source of Vitamin B, protein, and omega-3. These three vitamins are necessary for fighting diseases and improving tissue repair in our bodies. Tuna alone is nutritious enough. Plus, you would have a full array of fresh and healthy vegetables that would make you crave more.
This healthy food is hassle-free to prepare, and the nutritional facts are impressive. Grilled Greek tuna salad is perfect for a weekend get together of families and picnic ideas. Make sure upon preparing that all the ingredients are fresh.