Chickpea and Tuna Salad Portuguese-style

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Description[edit]

Contributed by Nicole C at World Recipes Y-Group

  • Serves 2 – 3

Ingredients[edit]

  • 1 can of tuna (in water, drained)
  • 1 can of chickpeas (drained)
  • half a green onions (thin slices)
  • fresh ground pepper
  • Garlic(minced)
  • sea salt crushed
  • 3 hard boiled eggs peeled and sliced
  • a spoon of Black olives and green olives (sliced )
  • a dash of Italian salad spice
  • ¼ cup of olive oil
  • a couple of splashes of white wine vinegar
  • Potato's ( quanity depends on serving size) or lettuce leaf's
  • French bread

Intructions

If you are going to use potato's

Get a pot and place water 3 tb spoons of olive oil,minced garlic,salt,pepper, boil for 45 min's then drain,put the pot with potato's back on the unused burner so the heat from the burner used can soak up the water from the potato's.take 1 to 2 min's max,once that is done place potatos on platter.then add tuna,chickpeas.green onions,garlic,eggs,black and green olives and garlic..Mix together and serve.Cut french bread into slices

Add Olive oil and wine wine vinegar to salad and ready to serve and enjoy

If you are going to use lettuce leaf it's the same way but place the lettuce leafs on seperate plates and place salad mixture on lettuce leafs.

Enjoy

Procedures[edit]

If you are going to use potato's

Get a pot and place water 3 tb spoons of olive oil,minced garlic,salt,pepper, boil for 45 min's then drain,put the pot with potato's back on the unused burner so the heat from the burner used can soak up the water from the potato's.take 1 to 2 min's max,once that is done place potatos on platter.then add tuna,chickpeas.green onions,garlic,eggs,black and green olives and garlic..Mix together and serve.Cut french bread into slices

Add Olive oil and wine wine vinegar to salad and ready to serve and enjoy

If you are going to use lettuce leaf it's the same way but place the lettuce leafs on seperate plates and place salad mixture on lettuce leafs.

Enjoy