Tuna and Red Radish Salad

Easily prepare our delicious Tuna and Red Radish Salad recipe for a light lunch!

15 min. 2 serv.
37 ratings

It’s never a bad idea to add protein to your salad, especially if that protein is tuna! Our take on a tuna salad includes fresh and bright vegetables such as red radish, tomato and radicchio. You can easily prepare Tuna and Red Radish Salad for a light afternoon lunch! It will only take 15 minutes to serve this dish and it will be sure to satisfy your tastebuds.

Don’t you love it when you come across a recipe that is not only healthy and delicious but also quick to make?

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2 Cans Tuna in water, Drained
1 Cup Radicchio, Diced
2 Cups Tomato, Approximately 3 diced
2 Cups Red radishes, Thinly sliced
2 Tbsp Apple cider vinegar
2 Tbsp Lime juice
1 Tsp Olive oil
Sea salt & pepper, To taste


Did you know?

There are many healthy reasons to include radishes in your diet. Radishes can help you lose weight because they are low in calories and you don’t need to consume a large amount to satisfy your hunger. Also, they are a high source of fiber and low on the glycemic index. This means that radishes increase the efficiency of your metabolism for all bodily processes. Regarding diabetes, since radishes have a low glycemic index, consuming them does not impact blood sugar levels, but regulates the absorption of sugars into the bloodstream.

Check out our other low-carb recipes that contain radishes: Roasted Radish Chips, Roasted Radishes, and Eggplant and Horseradish Dressing.

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