2 Moms on a mission to make planning and shopping for dinner easier and cheaper - but still healthy. We live different lives from one another, and they might be different from yours, but we all face the universal age-old "what's for dinner" question. We're going to help you solve it one week at a time and for less than $70.
Heres a twist on the classic "Tuna Salad", made with pink chunk salmon. I have made this salad many times because I love salmon and all the health benefits salmon provides, including 3X the amount of Omega 3's as tuna and tons of vitamin E. Best of all, my son loves it, he does think it is tuna and I never really correct him, because he allready thinks he doesnt like "fish", so I will have to ease him into the reality that he has been eating fish for years. The salad is quick and easy and can be eaten with or without bread. Ingredients: 2 Cans Pink Salmon $3.00 1/4 cup mayonaise .20 2 tsp dried onion .10 1/2 cup diced tomato(drain tomatos from sauce)$1..69
salt and pepper to taste
mix together in a bowl, chopping up salmon slightly