The other day I felt like making myself a tuna sandwich, but I’m not a fan of a lot of mayonnaise. So I opened the fridge and looked for something else I could put on the sandwich.
On my last trip to Trader Joe’s I had picked up their Guacamole Hummus for the first time. It’s made from avocado and chickpeas, which I love, so why not try to mix that with just one serving of mayonnaise and the tuna?
Voila, another healthy, no-cook, vegetarian dish was born.
Tuna Salad With Guacamole Hummus Mayo on Whole Wheat Tortilla
All you need is these 4 ingredients:
- whole wheat flour tortillas (or any bread you like)
- guacamole hummus with avocado and chickpeas (or just fresh avocado)
- solid white tuna in water (I bought the one with less salt)
- one serving of mayonnaise (low-fat or regular, non-fat has too many additives in my opinion)
The best part about this one-stop-shopping is that Trader Joe’s guarantee that their products are made from non-GMO sources, which is important to me. I’m okay with something not being organic as long as I know that it not gene manipulated. And I don’t know if any other company makes ready-to-eat guacamole hummus.
Do you have a recipe for a fast, healthy, vegetarian dish? Share it in the comments!
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