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Hearty dish for those cold winter nights.
Although high in sodium from the canned tuna, this is a favorite of mine for its crunch and for the alertness I feel after eating this. It has a lot of volume for very few calories.
This salad has a variety of tastes and textures that make every bite a new experience! The ingredients may not seem to go together, but they compliment one another beautifully. I first had this salad at a hotel in MN, but they used candied pecans instead of walnuts, much more oil, and much less balsalmic vinegar. The fat content seems high, but it's from the "good fat" groups from nuts and olive oil.
This is a guilt-free decadent Sunday breakfast. Add a glass of ice cold milk or a cup of amaretto coffee to complete the treat. Good source of calcium, fiber, and protein.