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Israeli Style Tuna

I have always loved that saucy Israeli style tuna that's perfect when I get tired of the boring old tuna & mayo combo. Sabra's turkish salad makes preparing this recipe a cinch! And, it's even Kosher for Passover!


  • Prep Time : 5 min
  • Cook Time : 3 min
  • Ready Time : 8 min




  • 1 8 oz. container Sabra turkish salad
  • 1 6 oz. can tuna packed in olive oil do not drain
  • juice of 1/2 lemon


Add the turkish salad to a pot and cook until just heated through. Stir in the tuna and lemon juice and serve with matza (or pita bread, if it’s not Passover!)


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8 Responses to Israeli Style Tuna

  1. avatar says: FAL

    If you would kindly take a moment and advise specifically what size container of the Turkish Salad and the size of the can of tuna were used in your recipe it would be greatly appreciated…thank you in advance.

    • Sorry about that! You’ll need an 8oz. container of turkish salad and a 6 oz. can of tuna.

  2. avatar says: anna

    What is Turkish Salad? Can I make my own, I don’t think it is sold where I live.

    • It’s a Middle Eastern tomato dip. You can try to make your own by following this general recipe:

      Saute up some onion, garlic and diced pepper (add jalapeno for some heat). Then add a can of diced tomatoes and some tomato paste. I would season it with fresh herbs (parsley or cilantro) and sugar, salt & pepper to taste.

  3. Turkish salad is not sold here, either, guess I will google it!

  4. I love your food.

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