When I found canned tuna in my pantry, I wasn’t really sure what to do. It’s one of those foods that just tastes salty and bland; there’s really not much to it, and it looks like cat food. So, I left it there until I decided to make myself a tuna salad, minus mayo.

I promise it doesn’t taste fishy at all. It’s more like an avocado salad that makes use of canned tuna sitting in your apartment and doesn’t even require a bowl.

Tuna Salad

  • Prep Time:10 minutes
  • Cook Time:0 minutes
  • Total Time:10 minutes
  • Servings:1
  • Easy

    Ingredients

  • 1 avocado
  • 1 apple slice
  • 1 can tuna

Step 1

Cut the avocado in half and take out the pit. Then, use a spoon to carve out most of the avocado meat and save it. This will serve as your bowl.

Photo by Jocelyn Hsu
Photo by Jocelyn Hsu

Step 2

Cut the apple into bite-sized pieces. You’ll need about 2 tablespoons.

Photo by Jocelyn Hsu
Photo by Jocelyn Hsu

Step 3

Fill the avocado bowl halfway with tuna.

#SpoonTip: Drain the oil first so you don’t get an oily tuna salad.

Photo by Jocelyn Hsu
Photo by Jocelyn Hsu

Step 4

Add in chopped apples.

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Photo by Jocelyn Hsu

Step 5

Add the carved out avocado meat back in. Mix well.

#SpoonTip: Season with freshly ground pepper for an added kick.

Step 6

Enjoy!

Photo by Jocelyn Hsu
Photo by Jocelyn Hsu