Tuna is a good source of protein and may be enjoyed for lunch or dinner; I do find that canned tuna can make a great low carb meal. If you use canned tuna try to choose high-quality, MSC - labelled tuna fish - which stands for the Marine Stewardship Council Fisheries Standard, so you know it’s certified sustainable.
Tuna Zoodle Salad
6g net carbs per serving
4 large eggs
425 g canned tuna in water, drained
2 tsp onion powder
175 g tomatoes, diced
2 tbsp olive oil
600 g zucchini (courgette), or ready made zucchini (courgette) noodles
ground black pepper and salt, to taste
Tuna Burgers : So Crispy
8g net carbs per serving
Crispy tuna burgers
550 g canned tuna in water, drained
2 large eggs
2 tbsp garlic powder
2 tbsp onion powder
½ tsp salt
½ tsp ground black pepper
3 tbsp olive oil, divided, for frying
2 tomatoes, thinly sliced (about 4 oz/110 g each)
75 g leafy greens or lettuce
175 ml mayonnaise
Tuna Fish Casserole
5g net carbs per serving
50 g butter
1 yellow onion
1 green bell pepper
150 g celery stalks
450 g tuna in olive oil, drained
110 g freshly shredded parmesan cheese
1 tsp chili flakes
salt and pepper
175 g baby spinach
4 tbsp olive oil
I hope you may enjoy a tuna dish soon.
I wonder have you got a favourite from these three recipes?
I must say the tuna zoodle salad is great for warm summer days.
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