I recently made a salad that everyone in my family loved so much we made another batch the next day. I don’t have precise measurements, but this will get you started:
- 12 ounce can white tuna, drained
- A decent squirt of ranch dressing (enough to bind the tuna together, but not enough to make it runny, maybe ~ 1/4 cup)
- ~1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 4 Chopped green onions
- Chopped basil
- Chopped parsley
- Chopped mint
Combine the above ingredients, then toss with:
- Chopped tomato
- Chopped Granny Smith apple
- Mandarin orange sections (canned or fresh)
- 1 bag salad mix (whatever floats your boat–I used this kind)
Tip: chop the tomato and scoot it onto a folded paper towel and let it sit while prepping the other ingredients—the paper towel will soak up a lot of the juice so it doesn’t make the salad all soggy.
Note: I used dried basil, parsley, and mint (this was originally a spur-of-the-moment idea), but fresh herbs would be even better.
That’s about it—simple and tasty!