sarah’s dill relish

May 17, 2011 § 3 Comments

my best friend introduced me to this really yummy tuna salad recipe. every time i’m out for a hike and the scent of dill fills the air, i get a craving for this tasty, light lunch. i like to spread the mixture on a lightly toasted bagel, with a smear of dijon mustard on a bed of crisp romaine lettuce. it makes for a very healthful meal as well, as it does not call for any mayo. i can’t of course forget a little dessert to top it off, and cannot take credit for this one, as it was store bought. a vegan oatmeal crispy chocolate bar from here.

ingredients: {serves 2}
• 1 can of light tuna packed in water
• 4 T sweet relish {i use this liberally}
• squeeze of 1/2 lemon {cuts through the fishiness of the tuna}
• lemon zest – however much you wish to use
• dried dill weed – however many shakes you wish {i use this liberally}
mendocino mustard – 1/2 T {you can substitute dijon if you don’t have mendocino}
• bagel – i like onion or everything
• romaine lettuce leaves

to do:
drain tuna and spoon into a small bowl. add all of the ingredients and mix well. lightly toast your bagel, spread a light smear of mustard, and add lettuce and tuna mixture. serve with a side of crunchy carrot sticks or potato chips if you can afford to. enjoy!

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