Chickpeas Salad with Tomatoes and Tuna Fish

Vegetable salads are an excellent and invigorating option for any period of the year. I propose a delicious salad with tomatoes and tuna

Fiber is an essential part of the diet. They improve bowel health, lower cholesterol and prevent heart disease, lower blood pressure, and help control body weight.

Vegetable salads are an excellent and invigorating option for any period of the year. Chickpeas, lentils, and beans are frequently used in the preparation of ideal salads to be consumed both in winter and summer.

I propose a delicious salad with tomatoes and tuna

Ingredients

• 200 g of cherry tomatoes

• A red onion

• A cup and a half of canned fish (270 g)

• A celery

• 10 black olives without seeds

• 4 radishes

• 2 canned of tuna (250 g)

• Half a cup of extra virgin olive oil (125 ml)

• 2 tablespoons mustard (30 g)

• 2 tablespoons vinegar (30 ml)

• Thyme, according to taste

• A teaspoon of honey

• Salt and black pepper, according to taste

Method of Preparation

1) Drain the liquid from the canned chickpeas, then the tuna canned oil.

2) Wash and cut the cherry tomatoes in half. Cut the red onion into the rounds, then cut the celery and radishes into small pieces.

3) Mix all the ingredients well in a bowl, add the salt and pepper.

4) For the vinaigrette, mix the vinegar, honey, mustard, and oil. Pour the sauce over the salad and sprinkle with thyme.

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