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Seasonal Garden Salad with Tuna

Crisp summer vegetables and hearty flaky tuna make for a wholesome and clean lunch option that will fill you up and make you feel good with this Seasonal Garden Salad with Tuna.

Vertical side shot of colorful salad topped with big flakes of tuna. Product packaging is in the background.

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We’re nearing the end of summer. Sadly, this means the end of our favorite bright and crisp summer produce. If there’s any time to take advantage of it, it’s now. And this Seasonal Garden Salad with Tuna is the best way to do it. Here, you get crisp radishes, crunchy cucumbers, sweet peppers, juicy tomatoes, tangy red onions, and nourishing greens—all topped with hearty, flaky tuna that’s been packed in nothing but sea salt and water. The dressing? An easy blend of lemony goodness.

Side shot of Seasonal Garden Salad with Tuna.

How to make this Seasonal Garden Salad with Tuna.

There are a lot of salads big on vegetables out there—but most of them are heavy in dressing and cheese, as well. We assume this is supposed to make them tolerable while also making us feel good about eating a salad. But this salad is delicious, invigorating, and nourishing—no high-calorie crutches needed.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Chicken of the Sea’s Wild Catch™ Premium Albacore Tuna
  • Leafy greens—like baby spinach, arugula, or spring mix
  • Radishes
  • Sweet bell pepper (red, orange, or yellow)
  • Grape tomatoes
  • Carrot
  • Cucumber
  • Red onion

The dressing? A simple blend of olive oil, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, salt, and pepper. No joke, that’s it.

Fresh vegetables piled into a bowl next to a packed of Chicken of the Sea's Wild Catch Albacore Tuna.

Close up shot of opened package of tuna, salad in the background.

Make tuna your go-to salad protein.

The beautiful thing about this salad, other than all of those gorgeous bright colors, is the fresh ingredients; you can taste every single vegetable. But the hero is the hearty, tender tuna. Chicken seems to be the go-to when adding a lean and meaty protein to a salad, but Chicken of the Sea’s new Wild Catch™ line changes this. The premium albacore tuna topping this salad offers 28 grams of protein per container. It’s filling, wholesome, and light, making it the optimal choice for your salads. You’re also getting a healthy dose of Omega-3 fatty acids!

Wild Catch, Chicken of the Sea’s newest product line, provides quality wild-caught fish packed in a clean blend of water and sea salt. Varieties include Alaskan Salmon, Albacore Tuna, and Ahi Yellowfin Tuna. They’re all free of preservatives and they’re sustainably sourced, so you can stock up and feel good about it. And, for full transparency, the Website has sustainability report.

Overhead shot of seasonal vegetable salad topped with big chunks of tuna; homemade dressing on the side.

Fill up and feel good!

If you plan on making this recipe, be sure to snap a pic and tag us on Insta! @killing__thyme and @chickenoftheseaofficial.

 

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