This Avocado Lunch Bowl w/Tuna and Kimchi is packed with flavor and nutrients. With only 5 ingredients, this recipe comes together in no time! It’s super simple, incredibly nutrient dense and equally as tasty.
5 Ingredient Probiotic Rich Tuna and Avocado Lunch Bowl
So, this Tuna and Avocado Lunch Bowl recipe wins the award for smelliest thing I’ve posted. If you want to get back at your co-workers for any reason and you think a smelly lunch will do the trick, this is what you need to bring. Now, I’m not necessarily one to shy away from bringing healthy, nutrient dense foods for lunch that might be a little smelly. Canned salmon and sardines have already made an appearance at my office. It’s just two smelly ingredients in one dish might be overload for a middle of the day meal, unless you eat outside.5 Ingredient Avocado & Tuna Lunch Bowl Recipe! #sweatpink @fitapproach #recipe Click To Tweet
I’ll also mention that you can certainly eat tuna and avocado lunch bowl for a hearty snack or even breakfast, which is what I did, because I took sushi for lunch yesterday and two fishy lunches in a row might not have been the best idea either. It’s a good thing I have a toothbrush at work for such occasions.
Plus, this lunch bowl is so stupid simple and tasty that you are going to be dying to eat it for all meals.
For a while now, I’ve been making tuna (or canned salmon/sardines/anchovie) salad with avocado + coconut milk or Dijon sauce. I’m not about the mayo/miracle whip tuna salad I used to eat as a kid. Sorry mom. When I tried Robyn Youklis’ Go With Your Gut Snack of avocado, kimchi and nooch, I was in love. I knew it would be the perfect lunch, if I just added a little Dijon and tuna. And the perfect lunch it was.
This little tuna and avocado lunch bowl is packed with nutrients. Tuna is rich in different vitamins, minerals and contains 30 protein in 1 can! The nutritional yeast is high in Vitamin B and protein. Kimchi gives you a healthy dose of probiotics AND veggies – double whammy. Plus, all the healthy fats, including Omega-3’s from avocado. Side bar: a co-worker said their least favorite food is avocado. Like, what? How? Is this real life? Are you even human?
The best part is that this lunch bowl takes about 5 minutes or less to make. It’s super simple, incredibly nutrient dense and equally as tasty.
- 1 can tuna (can sub any canned fish)
- ½ ripe avocado
- ~ ¼ c Kimchi (can use store bought or homemade)
- 1 – 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard, just enough to bring everything together
- ~1 TBSP nutritional yeast
- Add tuna, avocado and Dijon to a bowl. Mix.
- Top with kimchi and nooch.
Hope ya’ll enjoy this one. It’s the best!
So, tell me:
Do you know anyone that does not like avocado’s?
Have you ever eaten kimchi?
Favorite ingredients to add in a 5 minute bowl?