Avocado tuna boat ⛵. These keto tuna avocado boats are a perfect low-carb breakfast to start your day with and super quick to make. See video and step-by-step instruction here. This is a perfect recipe for avocado boats, which is a classic keto dish.
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Ingredients of Avocado tuna boat ⛵
- Prepare 1 of cucumber.
- Prepare 1 of avocado.
- You need 1 (15 oz) of can of tuna.
- You need of Salt, Pepper & Garlic powder (to your taste).
These boats are also gluten-free This Avocado Tuna Boat recipe is very versatile since you can always change up by adding other ingredients like tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers. Tuna Stuffed Avocado boats make for a simple appetizer or light dinner meal yet are full of fresh crisp flavors from the veggies and Asian themed dressing. Ingredients include tuna, cucumber, chiles, peas, celery, onions, fresh parsley, olive oil, lime, and salt and ground black pepper to taste. These avo tuna boats are so satisfying and delish!
Avocado tuna boat ⛵ step by step
- Peel avocado, remove pit & slightly smush avocado in a bowl (leaving some chunks).
- Add one can of tuna (drained).
- Add salt, pepper & garlic powder to your liking. Gently marry ingredients..not so much that you have no chunks of avocado left..
- Cut off ends of cucumber & peel. Cut cucumber, lengthwise & spoon out the seeds..
- Fill cucumber "bowls" with tuna mixture. Serve cold & enjoy :).
This tuna salad is mayo free, and instead gets its creaminess and fat from avocado! Just mash it up, mix it in, and you have a smooth and To make it look extra fancy, you can serve the tuna avocado salad right back in the avocado skin. I always have a stock of tinned/canned tuna in my pantry. I choose tuna in olive oil or spring water. Always check labels carefully because some cans/tins of tuna contain an "olive oil blend" and we want to avoid oils such.