Sunday, April 16, 2006

Tuna Pasta Salad

Tuna Pasta Salad is not an exact science. This recipe was borrowed from a poster on a forum that I frequent. My lunch is made from one and half stalks of medium celery, frozen peas, cooked medium pasta shells, one 3 oz pouch of tuna, 2 TBSP of light mayonnaise, teaspoon or so of Dijon mustard, salt and pepper. Mix together and enjoy.

The creator of this recipe also adds cider vinegar to her salad. I would have added halved seedless grapes if I had a larger container. I packed the grapes on the side to enjoy.

I apologize for the dark photo.


Becky said...

Hi there! Thanks for stopping by my old site :)
I used L.A. Weightloss to lose the weight. I think they are wonderful, they really taught me how to eat.
I just got my laptop lunchbox today, hooray!
I really love it and can't thank you enough for inspiring me to buy it :)

Jackie said...

Just wanted to say HI. I found your link from Becky, and made the pasta salad this morning for my lunch! This is a great idea to show us your lunches. Dont stop. Love it!

Regina said...

I don't plan on stopping this blog. I need to find more time in my days to keep current. I have returned to the gym and have long work hours with the commute. I still pack my lunch, but nothing pretty or fancy (brown bagging it). I hope to return to this after the weekend, if not sooner. I also want to calculate specific nutritional info with my posts, but again it is my lack of time.

Thank you for your feedback! I love that salad too. I will have to let the person know who I took the recipe from that it is quite popular. And I was inspired by If that link doesn't work, let me know and I will fix it.