This curry tuna salad has become a go-to lunch when we need something quick, healthy and delicious. Make up a batch and you’re ready for the week. The apples lend a bit of sweetness, and the curry and greek yogurt make for a tart, satisfying flavor.
On our Sunday drives home from the cabin on the Key Peninsula, we like to talk about what we want to eat for the week ahead and do a little menu planning for Sunday afternoon shopping. Whether subliminal or blatant, the weather on the drive plays a part in our food moods. We decided to make this lunch while driving home in grey rain showers. The bright colors, warmly layered flavors, and lightly sweet and middle eastern tasting tones bring sunshine even on a dreary day. We made a big crockpot full, some whole wheat cous cous to go on the side, and brought this for the week’s lunches.
Looking for an easy lunch idea? These salmon, cream cheese and honey mustard wraps with spinach are super satisfying and nutritious to boot. We rolled them on on lavash bread from Trader Joe’s. Any flat bread (or tortilla) would work.
Hummus wrapped up in a flatbread with olives and feta. This is what we’re bringing for lunch for the rest of the week. It’s easy, delicious, AND healthy! WHAT?! Make your own hummus for a super homemade and inexpensive lunch.
Just around the corner from Kenny and Zuke’s deli is Martinotti’s cafe and deli. We stopped in to Martinotti’s, lured by the impressive meat and cheese display. (Apparently we are suckers for a good deli. Also, apparently Seattle needs more delis.) Inside, you feel like you’re in an old-school deli in 1970’s New York.
We had leftover pesto after we made the green pizza. Rather than putting it on pasta, we were feeling sandwich-y and needed something for lunch, anyway. Hence, this…
Did you know quinoa is a complete protein? Did you know it’s remarkably easy to make for lunch? Did you know 100% of our friends named Vandana recommend it without qualm? This is our first time making quinoa, and now that we’ve tried it, we suggest you make it as well. Let’s begin.