Keto tuna plate
Real food on a plate. Tuna. Eggs. Spinach and avocado. Mayo and lemon. Because a keto dinner doesn't have to be complicated.
- 4 4 eggeggs
- 2 oz. (2 cups) 55 g (425 ml) baby spinach
- 10 oz. 280 g tuna in olive oil
- 1 (7 oz.) 1 (200 g) avocadoavocados
- ½ cup 120 ml mayonnaise
- ¼ ¼ lemonlemons (optional)
- salt and pepper
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Making low carb simple
- Begin by cooking the eggs. Lower them carefully into boiling water and boil for 4-8 minutes depending on whether you like them soft or hard boiled.
- Cool the eggs in ice-cold water for 1-2 minutes when they're done; this will make it easier to remove the shell.
- Place eggs, spinach, tuna and avocado on a plate. Serve with a hearty dollop of mayonnaise and perhaps a wedge of lemon. Season with salt and pepper.
Canned tuna is a go-to pantry item when the fridge and freezer are empty. Try to choose a good quality brand, packed in olive oil rather than soybean oil, and preferably MSC certified.
Yes, you will want to drain the excess olive oil.
Avocados are high in fiber, and our recipes list net carbs.
Yes, 1 serving is 1 meal for 1 person.
With the added mayo, you may not need to add any olive oil.
avocado also! Where can we input our information and get a customized meal plan?
Our meal plans are designed to work for the majority of people with little customization needed. They are all very low carb, moderate protein and high fat. We recommend eating to hunger rather than specific macro numbers. Some people find they may need larger or smaller portions, but letting hunger be the guide is key.
The avocado adds a bit of satiating, healthy fat along with a different texture. So, consider foods that will do the same like nuts or cheese,
Nuts are more of a mix of carbs, protein and fat than mayo is. Depending on the nuts you add, keep an eye on the serving size and how they would affect the carb count of the entire dish.