Sure… Throw That In, Too!

That was my motto when creating my lunch today.

I knew I wanted tuna salad, but I also wanted chickpeas and sweet corn. What’s a girl to do?

Throw them all into the salad and hope for the best, of course!

Tuna Salad

Today’s tuna salad included:

  • Tuna
  • Light Miracle Whip
  • Dijon mustard
  • Relish
  • Sweet corn
  • Chickpeas
  • Sliced baby carrots

I also enjoyed a snack sized baggie of carrots on the side.

Monday's Lunch

I wasn’t sure how I’d like my random ingredient tuna salad since I generally limit tuna salad to the fish, mayo, mustard, relish, celery and onion. Fortunately this was an experiment that turned out really well. Everything tasted great and I got to enjoy all the foods I was craving.

Well… almost everything I was craving. Chocolate didn’t make the cut, but including chocolate chips in the tuna salad would be barf-inducing, I believe.

What little extras do you include in tuna or chicken salad?

I love adding in fun foods and flavors to kick tuna or chicken salad up a notch. I’d love some creative suggestions!

9 Responses

  1. Mmmm…looks delicious to me!

    I love adding grapes, walnuts, and tons of fresh herbs to chicken salad…mmmm… πŸ™‚

  2. I am so plain jane with my tuna…just mayo and dill relish. But occasionally I get a little crazy and add in some apple…haha!

  3. Oooo… that looks delsh! I love adding dried cranberries, celery, green onion, mayo and dijon. I’ve heard adding curry kicks it up a notch too, but haven’t tried it yet.

  4. mm looks so good! I love celery, red onion mustard and greek yog in my tuna! just enough to make it creamy πŸ™‚ yours sounds delish!

  5. I love adding nuts and dried fruit – it’s the perfect combo of crunch + sweet!

  6. that tuna salad looks SO good!! i love tuna πŸ™‚ i never make it myself though but i loovew hen there are big chunks of veggies in it!


  7. We love to make tuna or chicken salad panini’s…make it up just them same, sather on to pieces of whole wheat bread (or homemade!), a slice of cheese, press between the panini maker and yum!

  8. I love some sweetness in my tuna salad…so grapes, apples, or dried fruit taste really good in tuna salads..also pecans and walnuts are nice additions!

    Looks like you had a great weekend! πŸ™‚ Love the pics of Sadie, adorable !

  9. I make an AWESOME Tuna melt…I make regualar tuna salad (celery, a touch of mayo, s/p)…then toast to peices of WW bread then I stack it…in this order…toast, lettuce, tomatoe, roasted red pepper, tuna salad, swiss cheese, sliced green olives, drizzle balsamic glaze, toast. Pop in the oven just long enough for the cheese to melt! So good! The green olives and balsamic glaze are to die for with Tuna!

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