Serve on its own or with crusty bread and a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
Print Tuna and Sorrel Salad
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 1 Serving
10 to 15 Sorrel Leaves 3 to 5 oz. (95g) Can Tuna ½ Tomato Diced 1 Hard Boiled Egg Diced 2 Shallots Sliced Dressing 1 Tbsp. Whole Egg Mayonnaise 1 Tsp. Lemon Juice Salt & Pepper
First mix together the dressing ingredients with salt and pepper to taste then add the tuna and shallots. Mix through then add then gently toss through the egg. Arrange the sorrel leaves and tomato on a plate or bowl then place the tuna and egg mixture in the middle. Garnish with extra shallots if desired.
Place the salad in an airtight container then place on an ice pack in a cooler bag to take with you to work or for a picnic.
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Substitutes Lemon pepper tuna or tuna with lemon and dill also works well in this salad. Replace the sorrel leaves with cos or rocket leaves. Replace the lemon juice with 1/2 teaspoon of white wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar. Gluten and Dairy Free Options
Check your mayonnaise jar for the ingredients. Some brands are both gluten and dairy free however some are not. The rest of the ingredients are free of both dairy and gluten free.
Save money by growing your own sorrel leaves. They only need to be planted once a year and will provide continuous picking. Pick the larger outside leaves first leaving the smaller leaves in the centre to grow.
Grow tomatoes during the warmer months. Preserve the excess by semi drying in the oven then freeze until ready to use. Semi dried tomatoes taste wonderful in this salad.
Buy cans of sandwich tuna in bulk packs. They have a long storage life and make a healthy and nutritious lunch. It is always a good idea to have some go to canned goods in the pantry for when you can’t get to the store and it is far cheaper than eating out.
Are you looking for more salad recipes? Try this Tuna and Egg Salad, Chicken and Camembert Salad or White Peach Salad with Pomegranate dressing.
For more information on growing, preserving and storing food, see this Homesteading guide.
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