Sweet Potato & Tuna Chips
I’m finding one of the hardest things to make while trying to do an autoimmune paleo diet is quick-lunch idea’s that aren’t completely boring. Mostly it’s difficult for my hubs who drives 15-16 hours a day and eats on the run. There’s no coffee or lunch breaks so I am trying to find him things that are easy to take. He’s getting a little tired of his “cat food” aka tuna as he calls it. But it’s quick and easy and doesn’t need to be heated.
Well, I thought what if I dressed it up a little? I’m not the biggest fan of tuna, but this dish hit the spot! It was refreshing, simple and can be great as an appetizer for a party or for hubs while he’s at work.
Sweet Potato Chips(get the recipe here)
1 can tuna(170g)
1/2 tbsp dill weed
Sea salt(to taste)
1 stalk celery finely chopped
Open the can of tuna and the dill weed and sea salt. Add chopped celery and mix thoroughly. Top the sweet potato chips with tuna mix, serve and enjoy!
That’s all there is to it.
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