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Give kids two of their five-a-day and a dose of vitamin C with these colourful rainbow pots of tuna salad, ideal for a lunchbox, or summer picnic
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Preparation time:
25 min
Cooking Time:
15 min
Ready In:
40 min
Level of Difficulty:
Easy
Servings:
4
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Give kids two of their five-a-day and a dose of vitamin C with these colourful rainbow pots of tuna salad, ideal for a lunchbox, or summer picnic

Layered rainbow salad pots

Posted in: Kids Cuisine
Wed, Sep 27, 2017, 10:15, 1 Year ago
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Directions

  1. Cook the pasta until it is still a little al dente (2 mins less than the pack instructions) and drain well. Cook the green beans in simmering water for 2 mins, then rinse in cold water and drain well. Mix the tuna with the mayonnaise and yogurt. Add the chives, if using.

  2. Tip the pasta into a large glass bowl or four small ones, or four wide-necked jars (useful for taking on picnics). Spoon the tuna dressing over the top of the pasta. Add a layer of green beans, followed by a layer of cherry tomatoes, then the pepper and sweetcorn. Cover and chill until you’re ready to eat.

Ingredients

350g pasta shapes (De Cecco is a good brand that stays nice and firm) 200g green beans, trimmed and chopped into short lengths 160g can tuna in olive oil, drained4 tbsp mayonnaise4 tbsp natural yogurt½ small pack chives, snipped (optional) 200g cherry tomatoes, quartered1 orange pepper , cut into little cubes195g can sweetcorn, drained

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