(Stay tuned for my next lecture on breathing air)
No, but seriously, I was freakin' hungry. Needed meat but was craving some greens too. I have recently started buying some of those single serving packages of semi-dry tuna and got the idea for this super simple but delicious salad dish topped with red wine vinegar and Italian olive oil. Here's how I made mine. The crab meat I used was actually imitation, made from Pollock, but still good. Feel free to add extra ingredients of your choice based on your likes.
-Handful of steamed kale
-Handful of spinach leaves
-1 pack of Garlic and Herb tuna fish (Sunkist is pretty good)
-Red onion slices
-Crab meat or pollock slices
-Olive oil and red wine for dressing
First steam the kale, let sit in a dish for a short time or wash with cool water so it isn't too warm. Add spinach in the same bowl as the kale. Mix tuna fish with crab meat together. Add the fish mixture onto the greens. Top with red onion slices. Add pepper and, if you want a sharper taste, some garlic powder over the salad. Carefully pour some red wine vinegar over everything and then drizzle with olive oil. Enjoy.