Rockin’ Mayo Salads


Tuna Salad

Yield 2 servings

Ingredients:

  • 8 oz can of tuna in water (most tuna in oil is packed with unhealthy oils)
  • 3 tblspn mayonnaise
  • 1 bunch of green onions
  • ¼ cup fresh or dried dill
  • 3 stalks of celery (optional)
  • Black Pepper

Directions:

Remove the ends (hairy part) and the top couple inches of the green onion.  The top green part can be woody in texture.  Chop the green onion.

Remove bottom end of celery and any wilted part of the stalk.  Chop celery in small half moon pieces.  Combine with green onions in large mixing bowl.

Add dried dill or chopped fresh dill

Drain water from the tuna and use a knife to break up the bigger pieces.  Add to onion and celery.

Mix in mayonnaise until coated.  You can add more or less mayo depending on your preference of consistency.  More mayo will make it creamier and wetter while less mayo will give it more bulk (better for sandwiches).

Add cracked black pepper to taste.

**You can substitute the tuna for salmon, sardines, or even chicken.  Depending on the main ingredient, play with different spices.  For example, rosemary is great paired with chicken while salmon tastes great with capers or thyme.

Easy Egg Salad

Yield 2 servings

Ingredients

  • 4 hardboiled pastured eggs
  • 3 tblspn mayo
  • 1 bunch green onions
  • ½ tsp paprika
  • 1 tblspn relish (optional)
  • Black Pepper to taste

Directions

Remove the ends (hairy part) and the top couple inches of the green onion.  The top green part can be woody in texture.  Chop the green onion.

Remove shells from hard boiled eggs and chop eggs.

Add paprika and relish

Mix in mayonnaise until coated.  The same applies here for mayo amount.  Less mayo will be better if using for sandwiches.

Add cracked black pepper to taste

Options:

To make any of these salads into a full meal, add one or more of the following chopped veggies to your concoction.  This will boost your fiber intake and add a crunchier texture.

  • Zucchini
  • Cucumber
  • Carrots
  • Daikon
  • Cauliflower
  • Jicama
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