Looking for a quick and easy lunch or dinner recipe that includes ingredients you most likely have on hand? This Tuna Pasta Salad is it!
When it’s warm outside and we’re approaching (or in the thick of) summertime, I start craving pasta salad. It’s just one of those summer dishes that was always around in my childhood so I want to make it all the time for pool parties or for the kids to take with them to camp during the summer. Plus I get to have it too and that’s a win-win in my book. This Tuna Pasta Salad doesn’t reinvent the wheel when it comes to pasta salad, but it’s so tasty you’ve just got to make this recipe.
I love this Tuna Pasta Salad because it’s rare that I’m ever out of any of the ingredients AND the kids love it. Plus, if you happen to be missing an ingredient, the dish will still hold up (unless of course the one ingredient you’re out of is tuna!). Put any fresh, crunchy veggies you like in this one and make it your own! There’s no right or wrong way.
This dish is pretty close to foolproof whether you want to put together a quick lunch or easy dinner. Everything is right within your reach. Pasta salad in general is a great dish to make and have on hand for the week too. I’ve been making this Tuna Pasta Salad all the time lately as well as Summer Pasta Salad and Summer Succotash Pasta Salad depending on what ingredients I have at the time.
The “hardest” part of this recipe is boiling the pasta… which says a lot about the difficulty scale of this one. After that it’s just assembling all the ingredients which truly takes minutes. I promise once you make this Tuna Pasta Salad once you’ll start making it all the time.
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Tuna Pasta Salad
- Place the first 4 ingredients in a bowl and whisk to combine.
- Mix the remaining ingredients in a large bowl, pour the sauce on top and stir combine.
- Refrigerate until ready to serve.