Fresh Fruit Salad with a bonus



At first glance this looks like a lovely fresh fruit cup. It is up to the point that they added the canned tuna. Yummy slices and wedges of fresh fruit with a refreshing yogurt fruit dressing. Why did they ruin it with tuna? The fact that it is from the Starkist Sensational Tuna book is a clue. Another example of trying too hard to find a use for your product.

Tuna & Fresh Fruit Salad

Lettuce leaves (optional)

1 can (12-1/2 ounces) StarKist Tuna, drained and broken into chunks

4 cups slices or wedges fresh fruit

1/4 cup slivered almonds (optional)

Fruit Dressing

1 container (8 ounces) lemon, mandarin orange or vanilla low-fat yogurt

2 tablespoons orange juice

1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Line a large platter or 4 individual plates with lettuce leaves if desired. Arrange tuna and desired fruit in a decorative design over lettuce. Sprinkle almonds over salad if desired.

For Fruit Dressing, in a small bowl stir together yogurt, orange juice and cinnamon until well blended. Serve dressing with salad. Makes 4 servings.

4 comments:

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

OH MY ~!! that is different isn't it..tuna..humm i might have topass on that meal..LOL
Oh thanks on my pumpkin guy in the little chair Rochelle..I am sure your Halloween decor will be darling..''simple'' is good too..(:) big hugs, Patty

Dana said...

what? Did i read this correctly? tuna and fruit? YIKES!

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

Hi Rochelle (:)
Oh my the tuna in there ugh,
well that is so neat you have the Pike Place cook book.. Yes I have watched them toss the fish and play catch with them.. really fun.. stinky but interesting..

LaConner~Turkey walk.. yup they were walking along a street we watched them as we sat on a bench by a park drinking our Latte's (:) two black cats came out and walked passed them that was fun to watch..We were trying to decide if the cats thought they could catch them for a meal(:) and one of the turkies spred it feather'd tail several times~~
well hope your day is wonderful..
hugs, Patty

~~louise~~ said...

This post is too funny. Last year when I celebrated the anniversary of Star-Kist, on my blog, I posted a similar recipe (think of some way to use tuna, anyway!) from another Star-Kist recipe book. I think the other recipe was a wee bit easier to digest.

I'm going to "borrow" this link to include if you don't mind. Here's my link for Star-Kist antipasto.

Thanks for sharing Rochelle...