Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Kathy's Cannellini Bean Salad with Tuna
I loved this salad, so much so that I begged for some of the leftovers so that I could have some for lunch the next day! I think I loved the simplicity of it and how all the flavors were so nicely balanced what with the oil and the lemon. Yumm. I must make some more for lunch tomorrow!
Cannellini Bean Salad with Tuna
2 cans cannellini beans
2 cans of tuna, drained
4 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2 Tbsp lemon juice
salt and pepper to taste
1 Tbsp fresh parsley, chopped
3 scallions, thinly sliced
1 tomato, diced small
Mix all ingredients together and serve.
Thanks so much for the great recipe Kathy. I will be making this one over and over again!!!
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It's rare that I blog surf on an empty stomach, now I want bean salad for brekkie!
Also, is that red bowl for sale? ;)
Judy, this looks delicious. I came across this recipe the other day and couldn't imagine how it would taste.
You know, tuna & beans, together? Hmmm.
Reading your take, makes me want to go for it. This recipe is sooo simple, too.
I will be making this TODAY. I've been craving it since I saw it in your last post.
I love this recipe - I used to make something almost identical quite often, and take it into work for a summer lunch!
Hey Peter-Beans anytime are good right? I'll be watching you and my red tableware when you are here!!!
Thanks Jill...go for it!
Hey Brittany-Posted just for you!
Hey Kittie-Great lunch isn't it?
I just recently had cannelinni beans with tuna for the first time and love it! Great recipe!!
This is great. I love the combo of tuna and beans. My mom likes to make a salad like this but uses garbanzos instead. I bet the cannelinis make it really creamy! Yum!
Ooooh! This has to be great, Judy! Love cannelini beans! I bet I could even get the kids to eat this one. :D
I have crave for this
I finally made this and I'm eating it right now for lunch. I used canned alabacore and sliced grape tomatoes. I also brought the last of my little tub of grated parm from Whole Foods and sprinkled some over it. I don't know why I thought to do that, but it blends with the other flavors just beautifully, so, yay. :)
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