On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m sharing a healthy tuna salad recipe for weight loss that makes a delicious high protein and low carb snack.
Yes, not only have you asked for more healthy high protein snacks, but you also asked how to make canned tuna taste good.
So on today’s Brad’s Cookbook series, I’m going combine those two topics, and show you how to make a healthy high protein snack, like canned tuna, taste delicious.
This tuna salad recipe will literally take you less than 3 minutes to prepare, and you can make it in bulk, store it in the fridge for a quick snack, or eat it on the run.
Here’s a little insight into how to decide which is the healthiest kind of canned tuna to buy.
First thing to look at when comparing brands of tuna is the ingredients.
Also contains soy.
What do you think of those ingredients?
Which kind of tuna sounds like a healthier, more natural option?
Obviously canned tuna option #2.
When choosing a canned tuna at the grocery store, always look at the ingredients.
If the ingredients of the canned tuna in your house sounds more like the first brand, don’t freak out.
You can use it if you want, but just be sure to buy a brand of tuna with healthier ingredients next time.
Now that we have selected the healthiest canned tuna, lets make this tasty sun dried tuna salad recipe for weight loss.
Using a food processor will speed up the process preparing this recipe, but if you don’t have access to one, you can simply dice up the ingredients with a knife.
Once you smell how delicious the sun dried tomato mixture is, it’s going to bring the taste of this tuna salad recipe to a whole new level.
Most canned tuna contains quite a bit of sodium to preserve the tuna.
If you’re sensitive to a lot of sodium, add the tuna to a strainer, then rinse it with water to remove some of the extra salt.
For this tuna salad recipe for weight loss, I used the whole can of tuna for one serving.
This would be the equivalent of one high protein meal.
However, if you’re only looking for a small high protein snack, you can half this recipe, or prepare it as two servings.
Regardless of what you decide, this tuna salad recipe provides you with a great serving of protein.
Here are the simple ingredients for this healthy tuna salad recipe for weight loss.
This quick, high protein tuna salad recipe for weight, is delicious, has lots of flavor, and only took approximately 3 minutes to prepare.
You can take this tuna salad for lunch with you at the office.
You can also have it for a quick dinner or even breakfast.
It’s also perfect for the person on the go as you can take it anywhere with you while traveling.
There are no more excuses as to why you can’t add more protein to your diet.
If you don’t normally like the taste of tuna, because of it’s fishy taste, the flavors from the sun dried tomatoes mixture, including the parsley, extra virgin olive oil, and garlic overpowers the taste of the tuna.
This tuna salad doesn’t have a fishy.
I highly recommend you give this tuna salad recipe a try.
If you don’t like the taste of sun dried tomatoes, replace it with salsa or dijon mustard.
Both of those healthy condiments go really well with tuna.
Regardless of what ingredients you use, just be sure to use real, healthy ingredients, to make your tuna taste delicious.
I think we scored another winner here.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.