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Salad NicoiseSalad Nicoise originates from the part of France along the Mediterranean which is a location with plenty of seafood.

It is fitting then that Nicoise Salad includes tuna and anchovies a central part of the dish. Most variations on the Salad Nicoise also include olives, another ingredient that is plentiful in the Mediterranean region of France.

The combination of raw vegetables and fresh seafood makes this Salad Nicoise with Tuna a very healthy choice.

Ingredients – Salad Nicoise With Tuna (4 people)

Salad Nicoise2200 g Lettuce

100 g Tuna in brine

120 g Tomatoes

4 Hard boiled eggs

80 g Baguio beans

60 g Black olives

160 g Potatoes large

8 g Anchovies

80 g Red onions

60 ml Salad dressing

8 g Salt

4 g Cracked black pepper

2 Fresh baguette

Preparation of Salad Nicoise With Tuna:

Number one you must blanch the top and tailed beans in boiling water, and then refresh.

Boil the potatoes in water, and then allow them to cool. Once cool you can remove the potato skins and then cut them into wedges.

Slice the tomatoes into wedges and slice the red onions into rings on a meat slicer. Wash up the lettuce and then cut it into thick slices to be placed onto a pasta plate.

After placing the sliced lettuce on the plate, neatly layer on the potatoes, tomato wedges, beans, pitted olives, sliced red onions, peeled and quartered boiled egg, and julienne anchovies. Next, drain the tuna in brine and place it evenly over the salad.

All that’s left is to dress the salad with the salad dressing and then season it with salt and pepper.

Serve the salad with fresh baguette.

Perfect for the summer, this Salad Nicoise with Tuna is packed full of vibrant colors and tastes. Below you can find a simple recipe for a salad dressing that is quick to make and will complete your Salad Nicoise with Tuna and help to bring all of the flavors together. This Nicoise Salad is also a very healthy choice as it is not only packed full of protein and veggies but also contains a spectrum of vitamins and minerals. I’d like to know how your Salad Nicoise with Tuna turns out, so feel free to leave a comment.