Salade Niçoise Nouvelle

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Tuna, hard-boiled eggs, tomatoes, potatoes, green beans and olives are composed and drizzled with a lively roasted garlic dressing in our take on the classic salade nicoise.

Salade Niçoise Nouvelle

1 Review for Salade Niçoise Nouvelle

Healthy & Filling

Changes I made;
~ used a good quality pre-prepared dressing from store
~ black beans instead of green
~ cocktail/pickled onions instead of red onion
- omitted capers and anchovies added slices of roasted red bell pepper
- mixed black beans, tuna, potatoes and red bell pepper all together in a bowl with the oil and served on a bed of green leaf lettuce and tomato wedges.
We enjoyed this for lunch today, it was tasty and very filling - would certainly work as a main meal. I split the amounts to serve 2 instead of 4. It took 35-40 minutes to prepare - the small red potatoes took more than 10 minutes to cook ... when I realized they were still firm after the 10 minutes I increased the heat and kept them at a high rolling boil for a further 10-15 minutes. While they bubbled away I was able to carry on with prepping everything else ... and serving some of the Tuna to our suddenly fixated cats! lol A good recipe and one I look forward to enjoying again soon - I could forsee making this with tuna filets and not mixing everything together, would make a nice quick meal even if entertaining.

Quick, healthy, tasty, filling

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