I promised several of you that I would share more of the recipes we ate while on Whole30 back in January and I apologize that it has taken me so long!
Hopefully you’ll enjoy this one so much that you’ll forgive me. This recipe is actually one I had gotten from PlateJoy and been making for a few months before we started Whole30, but we loved it so much that we didn’t want to give it up that month, so I just tweaked it. The original wasn’t Whole30 compliant as it had Greek yogurt in it (no dairy allowed on Whole30!), but I easily remedied that by just subbing in some mashed avocado. Now that’s the only way I make it, but you could certainly use Greek yogurt (approx 1/4 cup) if you’re not trying to be Whole30 compliant.
As you can see from the photo, I like to eat it with plantain chips (Trader Joe’s brand), but again, if you’re not on a restricted diet, you can enjoy with your favorite crackers or bread.
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*Note: I found that most canned tuna contains soy, and soy isn’t allowed on Whole30. Luckily I discovered Wild Selections brand at Kroger, and it only contains tuna, water, and salt!