This tuna salad is a real meal!

The tuna salad at home isn’t always healthy.

If you’re going to make a tuna salad, it should be made with tuna and a little olive oil.

This tuna and olive oil salad is one of my absolute favourite tuna salad recipes.

I think I have this tuna salad with olive oil and it’s just a delicious, filling meal.

The avocado adds a little bit of flavour to this tuna and is also great with the dressing.

And the dressing is great for summer because it’s so refreshing!

The dressing can also be used as a side dish with a salad.

This is a great way to start a meal or a weeknight dinner.

Enjoy!

Recipe Notes To make this salad, you will need to buy tuna, olive oil, avocado and a few dashes of oregano.

You can also use fresh or frozen tuna, or canned tuna.

If using canned tuna, be sure to buy the fresh type, as it will have the freshest fish.

You could also make this with salmon or mackerel, but I like the taste of the fish with the extra omega-3 fatty acids.

You will need some chopped walnuts and chopped avocado to top this salad.

You may also need to add more dressing if you like, but you can leave this out.

You might also like to add some fresh herbs and spices to the dressing if needed.

Ingredients: 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice 2 tbsp chopped walnut 1 tbsp chopped avocado 3 tbsp diced fresh cilantro 1/4 tsp oreganol 1 tsp sea salt 1/2 tsp pepper 1 tbsp fresh parsley (or fresh rosemary) Instructions: Wash and rinse the tuna.

Wash and peel the avocado.

In a small bowl, whisk together the lemon juice, olive, walnut, cilantro, oreganole and salt.

Add the tuna, avocado, and the parsley.

Mix well and set aside.

Combine the dressing ingredients and set the salad aside.

Wash the tuna and avocado.

Set aside.

Heat a large frying pan over medium-high heat.

Add a generous helping of olive oil to the pan.

Add some of the olive oil if the tuna is too dry, then add the avocado and the tuna salad.

Fry for 3 to 4 minutes on each side, or until the tuna looks golden brown.

The oil should be starting to come out of the avocado when the tuna comes out of its shell.

Add salt and pepper to taste, and then add fresh parsleys if needed, and mix well.

Cook for about 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through.

Enjoy this tuna, and enjoy!

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