Artichoke and spinach rotini salad with tuna
This is an interesting alternative to traditional pasta salad with a ton of great vegetables and flavours to satisfy any palate.
290 cal Serves 4
Prep time 0h 15m
Cook time 0h 25m
Total time 0h 40m
Step 1Cook pasta according to package directions, omitting any salt or fat.
Step 2Cook artichoke hearts according to package instructions. Once cool, cut each artichoke heart into quarters.
Step 3In large bowl, gently stir together spinach, artichokes, grape tomatoes, green pepper, onion, oregano, garlic, sugar, canola oil and vinegar.
Step 4Drain pasta in colander and run under cold water to cool quickly.
Step 5Shake off excess liquid. Stir into spinach mixture and sprinkle tuna evenly over all.
Per serving (1 cup / 250 mL)
- 17 g
- 115 mg
- 253 mg
- Total fat
- 10 g
- Saturated fat
- 1 g
- 10 mg
- 35 g
- 12 g
- 6 g
- Added sugars
- 3 g
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