Tuna “Noodle”Salad

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I love tuna noodle salad. Here is my version. I have brought this to BBQ parties and people love it!

“HEALTHIFIED” TUNA “NOODLE” SALAD
1 jar Hearts of Palm (cheaper at Trader Joe’s!)
1 stalk celery, chopped
1 (12 ounce) can tuna
1/2 cup organic Mayo or my baconnaise recipe
1/4 cup chopped dill pickles
1 pinch of Celtic sea salt
OPTIONAL: Hard Boiled Eggs and a small handful of peas

Cut up the Hearts of Palm into “noodle-like” shapes.

In a large bowl, combine the Hearts of Palm pieces, pickles, celery, eggs and tuna.

Prepare the dressing by whisking together the mayonnaise and salt. Add to tuna mixture, and refrigerate for 1 hour. Serves 4

NUTRITIONAL Comparison:
Using Noodles: 260 calories, 35.8 carbs, 2.2 fiber
Using Hearts of Palm: 124 calories, 6 carbs, 2 fiber

9 Comments

  • Trixie says:

    Where to you get the olive oil mayo??

  • I make it. I have it on another blog post;)

  • Dana says:

    Hi Maria,
    Your Website made me want to purchase your book The Art of Healthy eating…Savory grain free low-carb. So I did!

    When reading the recipe: Tuna “Noodle” Salad on my Kindle, the recipe calls for Spectrum Mayonnaise. I immediately Googled where I can purchase this mayo. I found on the manufacturer’s Website that it contains Canola oil and/or Soy bean oil. I see on your Website that you replaced this Spectrum mayo with Organic Mayo or your baconnaise recipe.

    As a customer who paid money in return for a service, I would’ve loved my Kindle book to be updated.

    Besides that, your recipes look delicious and easy to make, and I’m looking forward to trying them.

    Best regards,
    Dana

    • cemmerich says:

      Yes, they changed their formulation and I don’t recommend it anymore. I prefer homemade. 🙂

  • Melissa says:

    You’ve listed peas as an optional ingredient but I have stayed away from that vegetable because it is a starchy veg. Is that incorrect?

    I’ve never had hearts of palm. Do they have a mild flavor?

    • cemmerich says:

      Yes, I would omit them if your goal is to lose weight and heal. Hearts of palm have little if any flavor. Just add a nice texture. 🙂

  • Anonymous says:

    Maria, between the pickles, tuna, hearts of palm , plus a pinch of salt…..the sodium is quite high??
    For you who has low blood pressure, it’s ok, but for some of us it’s way too much sodium…..could you suggest other seasonings to make this flavourful without the high sodium content? Thanks!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      On a ketogenic lifestyle you need more salt as your body releases much of what it holds onto with higher carb diets. So if eating keto this amount should be fine. 🙂

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