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Recipe: GreekStyle Tuna Salad

I had this in a restaurant once and it was so good I had to go home and recreate it. I have it with spinach stuffed in a pita or sandwich. Ive cut back on the dressing to keep the calorie count low but adding more is yummy

Greek-Style Tuna Salad Ingredients

  • 1 (5 ounce) can chunk light tuna in water, drained

  • 1 tablespoon chopped red onion

  • 2 teaspoons prepared Greek vinaigrette salad dressing (such as Kraft)

  • 3 pitted Kalamata olives, chopped

  • 1 tablespoon crumbled feta cheese

How to Make Greek-Style Tuna Salad

  1. Mix the tuna, onion, salad dressing, olives, and feta cheese together in a bowl.

Greek-Style Tuna Salad Nutritions

  • Calories: 239.9 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 2.7 g

  • Cholesterol: 46.2 mg

  • Fat: 9.7 g

  • Fiber: 0.3 g

  • Protein: 33.7 g

  • SaturatedFat: 2.6 g

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 428.9 mg

  • Sugar: 1.1 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

Greek-Style Tuna Salad Reviews

  • Very delicious I will definitely make this again The only thing I would change is maybe cut back on the red onion a little bit and add a few more olives.

  • I made this and put it in a tortilla with slices of red pepper. It made a satisfying, healthy lunch that tastes pretty good.

  • This made a really good, easy, healthy lunch. I served it on a bed of lettuce tossed with a tiny bit more dressing. I dont care for raw onion too much, so I left that out.

  • YUM Ive been trying to find ways to jazz up my tuna salad for lunch at work. This recipe hit the spot I used the absolutely fabulous greek/house dressing from this site and switched out the kalamata olives for black olives because of personal preference. Thanks for the great recipe

  • Exquisite tuna salad that made my husband squeal I added 1 T. of capers, grape tomatoes, fresh oregano, diced cucumbers, wedges of fresh lemon and served it w/ warmed pita wedges on a bed of torn spinch. Such a lovely presentation, thank you for sharing Jen M.

  • A delicious lunch that I will certainly make again. I added grape tomatoes, some cucumber, and put it into a tomato basil wrap. I used the 3 oz can and had plenty for two. Very tasty Thank you.

  • So delicious And very healthy considering all the protein This will definitely be a repeat in my diet =-)

  • Wow, wow, and WOW First off, I have to say Im not a huge fan of tuna. I just started eating it more recently, and its one of the few things Im picky about. I had a favorite recipe that I had been making, but was looking for something new to try. This sounded good, and I was right The only small changes I made were to use less red onion (at most 1 tsp) and more dressing (about 1 tbsp). Ive eaten this for lunch 2 days in a row, stuffed in avocado halves. AMAZING Ill be making this often

  • Great recipe After just coming off and 5 day fast and cleanse I have to be mindful of the first foods I start eating. Being that I had a ton of tuna fish (packet, low sodium) I wanted to make a tuna salad. I tweaked it a bit...combined: tuna, celery, SDT, art hearts, chix peas (low sodium, rinsed and drained), red pepper, red onions, scallions, cherry tomatoes, black olives, fresh parsley, basil and Rosemary, feta cheese, lemon juice, little of olive oil and Greek dressing. Served over a bed of fresh spinach salad mix....Delish And super healthy (Actually had the lady at the supermarket ask if I was a vegetarian Lol) great base recipe Thx for the ideas

  • Made this today, 6/16/19. About 10 days ago I was at one of my favorite coffee shops and decided to try the daily sandwich special, a mediterranean tuna salad. I was a little unsure if Id like it as it had kalamata olives and feta cheese in it. I like olives (although not sure I want olives in a sandwich) and am lukewarm on feta. The sandwich was very good. So much so that I went online looking for a recipe for a similar sandwich. I came across this allrecipes one which I had saved but never made. I didnt have olives but did have basil tomato feta. I also didnt have the Greek dressing so used plain mayo. It was very similar to the sandwich I had at my favorite hangout. I will definitely make this again.

  • This was so easy to make. Despite the fact that there are few ingredients, it was a flavor explosion. Everything worked together wonderfully. Im adding this to my monthly menu

  • Easy to make and very nice option for tuna Made my own Greek dressing and added some mayo. Served on a flour tortilla, bed of romaine lettuce with sliced English cucumbers. Also, added cayenne pepper and some crushed red peppers. Some like it spicy Very nice

  • Excellent I made it with two pouches of Ranch Starkist Tuna Creations I had on hand (reluctantly, afraid of flavor clash) but it was fantastic Next time Ill load up on the olives because I love them. Thanks for this

  • I made this into pasta salad. I doubled everything but the dressing, and added 3x vinaigrette. Then i mixed it all with spiral rotini, diced peeled baby zucchini and a diced tomato. delicious.

  • Made this for supper on Thursday and it came out lovely. I also added other stuff, like sweet corn, avo and feta cheese, stuffed olives and dad loved it

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