I am an official brand advocate for Bel Brands in 2013. While I receive compensation for participation as a brand advocate, opinions are my own.
I’m baaack! And boy did I miss my kitchen!
I’ve eaten every meal out and on the road since last Monday and let me you, it wasn’t pretty. I may have gone a little overboard in the bacon, doughnut and chocolate department. On the flip side, I got a chance to try some amazing Thai and Indian food trucks in Portland. Expect a few inspired dishes in the next few weeks. I’ve fallen in love with green curry!
Anyway, let me get to why I’m here. I just whipped up the simplest lunch ever and it was so light and tasty. I may never eat tuna another way again when cucumbers are around.
Every year my mom grows a small garden, which blows my little containers out of the water. She does lots of tomatoes, zucchini, carrots, eggplant, peppers, and cucumbers. When I see her in the summer months, I always raid her harvest. This week was cucumbers.
Here’s what I did with one:
- 1 fresh cucumber
- 1 5oz can of chunk light tuna in water, drained well
- 1 wedge of The Laughing Cow Light Garlic and Herb
- Pinch of salt
- 4 grape/cherry tomatoes, halved
Cut the cucumber in half and scrape out the seeds with a melon baller or spoon.
Chop the cucumber innards and combine with the tuna, The Laughing Cow Light, and a pinch of salt.
I used the Garlic and Herb for a bit of flavor, but really any Laughing Cow creamy wedge would work.
Pile the tuna back into the cucumber boats and top with tomatoes.
Those were from my container garden!
|Servings||Amt per Serving|
|190||3g||2g||old: 4||new: 4|
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This looks fantastic. Thanks for this great recipe. I'm thinking about using it as a starter the next time I have some friends over that thinks all healthy food is tasteless.
Vivian Rowe says
I love your creativity in making a great recipe. I love the presentation of the food and it looks so healthful. It also looks so easy to do. I will definitely try this.
Evelina Micall says
Wow! This recipe looks so delicious! This is a lot better than making a tuna sandwich. It is a simple but healthful recipe. I can't wait to try this. I'm sure my husband will like this. Thanks a ton! 🙂
When it comes to the Bel we all spread the word--lol.
This really sounds great but with chicken--I can't fish.
Jody - Fit at 55 says
Perfect & easy - I love easy! 🙂
Oh yum this looks great!
Thanks for this healthy, delicious and easy to make recipe. Tuna is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. But when you buy canned tuna, be sure to check the Nutrition Facts label. To get the most omega-3 fats from canned tuna, buy water-packed tuna not the oil-packed ones.
I thank you so much for your wonderful recipes. I am basically eating no carbs for a couple of months to bring my blood sugar numbers down, and boy, I am so very happy I found your website! I made your stuffed zucchini and your margarita asparagus, and this recipe sounds like a plan, too. Yum.
I have been using the laughing cow as a mayo replacement in my tuna for a few months now and love it! I had never thought of cucumbers in place of bread or crackers before. The picture looks so good I am definately trying this before the end of the week!