This light dish is great as a snack or starter, and has plenty of goodness – mackerel is full of iron.
30 minutes to prepare and cook.
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You can replace the green beans with frozen peas. For an even healthier dish, replace tuna with canned oily fish such as salmon, sardines or mackerel, which contain Omega-3 fatty acids. Use sustainable canned fish when possible. Serves 2-3. Preparation 10 minutes. Cooking time 20 minutes.
Add onions and beans to your classic tuna salad to give it a tasty twist, with plenty of healthy vegetables.
10 minutes to prepare. Serves 4-6.
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20 minutes to prepare and cook. Serves 4.
A healthy way to make the most of leftover turkey, which is delicious served with crusty bread. Using canned lentils means that you don’t need to soak them overnight – and they have a long shelf life too.
A twist on a classic, using canned yellowfin tuna. You can always add peas or broccoli for a healthy way to increase your daily fibre intake.