Most people make a new year’s resolution to eat healthier.
So we’re starting the new year with a way to turn that family favorite—mayonnaise-laden tuna salad (or chicken salad)—into a healthy dish, rather than one filled with calories and cholesterol.
Yes, it means giving up the mayo. If you need to take baby steps, just prepare this healthy recipe every other time you make tuna salad. In your regular recipe, gradually lower the percentage of mayo and ease in some heart-healthy olive oil or canola oil. A flavored oil—chile oil or garlic oil, for example—is a big help.
If you need more healthy eating assistance, check out these three cookbooks, which take much of the fat and calories out of favorite recipes.
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