Breakfast Tuna Salad

Let me share this easy & delicious tuna salad recipe that has been in my breakfast menu for a while now.



Breakfast Tuna Salad

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Low Carb, Keto



  • 2 boiled eggs
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 small Iceberg salad chopped
  • 1 can tuna in olive oil
  • 1 spring onion or scallion or leak
  • 2 tbsp mayonnaise


  1. For one portion: put half of Iceberg in a plate then top with half of the other remaining ingredients. Enjoy.

15 thoughts on “Breakfast Tuna Salad

    1. This is not about keto, I ate it even when not on Keto. Also, you know my story about hard boiled eggs on “plīts”. I’m the only one in this hausehold that likes soft-boiled.


      1. I do indeed know about the hard-boiled eggs but I thought it worth mentioning that it would work as well with ‘soft’. But am I right in thinking that although you were not talking about a keto recipe it would be OK for somebody following keto too? (You tagged it ‘keto’).

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    2. I agree, it would be a lovely lunch plate. I’m not a big fan of fish at breakfast. I know that’s a European thing and as your average American, I just think I’d enjoy it more at lunch or dinner. But all that being said, I think it looks delicious.

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    1. Yes! Sometimes it’s tricky (since I don’t eat cumin and I don’t know way a lot of recipes from different countries have cumin in it!) but sometimes you get an inspiration for somethig different than your mom used to made :). I love food from childhood, especially Latvian – it’s super simple (salt & pepper) yet delicious!

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