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Arugula Tuna Beet Salad Recipe – a simple combination of flavors and textures come together in this nutritious and delicious salad. Packed with arugula, carrots, beets and tuna. Perfect for a quick lunch of light dinner.
Salad is my “go to” lunch meal when I need something quick and filling and I’m short on time.
But is has been a while since last time I made a green salad with canned white albacore tuna. I usually use this fish for a creamy tuna salad with mayo (Greek yogurt), celery and grapes. The truth is that I prefer canned tuna is a green salad. The combination of fresh veggies and tuna is always a winner.
In this salad I used beets (a great source of Vitamin C and fiber), shredded carrots (rich in Beta Carotene), arugula (antioxidants and vitamins) and the most important ingredient, that makes the salad unique – Wild Selections® Solid White Albacore Tuna in Olive Oil.
The result was so delicious! I had this salad three days in a row, this is how much I loved it. This tuna tastes so good!
The crisp and peppery arugula goes very well with the fish.
I also used fresh grated carrot for extra sweetness and grated beets (earthy flavor).
I made a light dressing with olive oil, leomon juice, vinegar, salt, pepper and some honey.
Such a simple salad with lots of great flavors and beautiful colors. It comes together in under 10 minutes. Save time making your meals and enjoy the day. I even used store bought pre-cooked beets to save time. And of course canned tuna, which is very convenient.
Did you know that Earth Day is this month?
It is on Saturday, April 22.
You can read more on the history of Earth day and learn more about it on their website.
The idea of National Earth Day to focus on the environment is a great one and I’m more than happy to celebrate it with a clean green salad like this Arugula Tuna Beet Salad.
Let’s Celebrate Earth Day The Wild Way with Wild Selections®.
I’m very impressed with the quality and taste of their products. Simple all-natural ingredients and delicious taste. All tuna is Non-GMO Project Verified.
I should have tried them a long time ago and I’m glad I finally did!
Wild Selections® is the only full line of Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified sustainable seafood. The blue MSC eco-label tells you the fish in your can comes from well managed fisheries and healthy fish stocks. Where the fish is caught is much more critical than how it was caught (limited impact if the fish stock is overfished).
Working to ensure a fish-full future: Wild Selections® gives back to the oceans by donating 13 cents from every can sold—a total of $1 million by 2018—to World Wildlife Fund marine conservation and fishery improvement projects.
Wild Selections® is the only brand to “pay it forward” and act on its belief to take care of the oceans for the future, not just fishing sustainably in the present.
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Excited to try Wild Selections®’s products? Visit their website to learn how they make celebrating Earth Day so easy!
Looking for a way to incorporate Wild Selections® tuna into your meals? Try this Arugula Tuna Beet Salad Recipe.
ARUGULA TUNA BEET SALAD
FOR THE SALAD:
- 4 cups arugula
- 1 large carrot, , grated (1/2 cup)
- 2 small beets, , grated (3/4 cup)
- 1 can, (5 oz) Wild Selections® Solid White Albacore Tuna in Olive Oil
FOR THE DRESSING:
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 2 tsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 /2 tsp Dijon mustard
- 1 tsp honey
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/8 tsp black pepper
FOR THE DRESSING:
- Place all ingredients in a small jar and close with a lid. Shake well.
FOR THE SALAD:
- Divide all ingredients equally between two salad bowls. Pour dressing on top of each salad.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.
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