Because its one of a the one preferred healthy convenience foods for a quick lunch (or dinner), weve taken canned tuna tall in protein as well as Omega-3 fatty acids beyond a classic mayo-laced sandwich salad. Garlicky tahini, abounding avocado as well as creamy Dijon vinaigrette are substituted in for heavy mayonnaise in these three easy recipes that take canned tuna to a subsequent level.Zucchini Noodles Tuna NicoiseServes: 22tablespoonsplain low-fat yogurt2 tablespoons olive oil1tablespoon white wine vinegar1 1/2teaspoons freshlemon juice3/4 teaspoonDijon mustard1 smallclove garlicSalt as well as pepper2 zucchini, spiralizedOne 5-ounce can tuna, such as Wild Planet10 immature beans, trimmed, halved as well as boiled until just tender1/2 pint grape tomatoes, halved2 tablespoonschopped fresh herbs, such as parsley, mint as well as basil2hard-cooked eggs, cut in wedgesUsing a blender, combine a yogurt, oil, vinegar, lemon juice, grained mustard as well as garlic; deteriorate with salt as well as pepper.Place a zucchini ribbons in a salad bowl. Add a tuna, immature beans, tomatoes as well as herbs; toss together. To serve, order a tuna mixture as well as eggs among 2 plates.Per serving: Calories 323; Fat 19.8 g (Saturated 4.2 g); Cholesterol 215 mg; Sodium 288 mg; Carbohydrate 14.3 g; Fiber 3.5 g; Sugars 5.6 g; Protein 25.4 gMexican Tuna-Avocado TostadasServes: 2One 5-ounce can tuna, such as Wild Planet1 ripe avocado, chopped1 teaspoon chipotle chile powder, or to tasteJuice of 1 small limeSalt as well as pepper2 soft corn tortillas, toasted in a dry hot skilletPickled jalapeno or fresh jalapeno, sliced crosswise, for topping2 pitted black olives, sliced, for topping1 tomato, chopped, for topping1 tablespoon chopped scallions, for toppingIn a medium bowl, toss together a tuna, avocado, chile powder as well as orange juice; deteriorate with salt as well as pepper. Place any toasted corn tortilla on a image as well as tip with half of a tuna salad. Top any with jalapeno as well as half of a olives, chopped tomatoes as well as scallions.Per serving: Calories 302; Fat 15.8 g (Saturated 2.7 g); Cholesterol 29.1 mg; Sodium 303 mg; Carbohydrate 26.4 g; Fiber 9.5 g; Sugars 1.3 g; Protein 20.1 gTahini Tuna SaladServes: 23 tablespoons tahini1 small clove garlic1/2 teaspoon ground cumin1 tablespoon fresh lemon juiceOne 5-ounce can tuna, such as Wild Planet1 tablespoon chopped parsley, plus more for sprinklingSalt as well as pepper1 large tomato, sliced crosswiseSesame seeds, toasted, for sprinklingIn a blender or food processor, combine a tahini, garlic, cumin, lemon extract as well as 1/4 cup water; mix until smooth. Transfer to a bowl, stir in a tuna as well as parsley; deteriorate with salt as well as pepper. Place a chopped tomatoes cut on a plate, tip with some tuna, an additional chopped tomatoes cut as well as more tuna; sprinkle with parsley as well as sesame seeds. Repeat with a superfluous ingredients.Per serving: Calories 222.7; Fat 13.2 g (Saturated 2.3 g); Cholesterol 29.1 mg; Sodium 235 mg; Carbohydrate 9.4 g; Fiber 2.9 g; Sugars 0.5 g; Protein 20.5 gSilvana Nardoneis a writer ofSilvanas Gluten-Free as well as Dairy-Free Kitchen: Timeless Favorites Transformed.