Green and White Bean Salad. Drain and spread on a paper towels to cool. You can cook the white beans up to a day ahead of assembling the salad. Refrigerated the cooled beans in their broth. and bring to room temperature before.
Fold in lettuce, white beans, and tuna and serve with remaining dressing and eggs. For this salad, I sauted zucchini and green beans in a tiny bit of olive oil. I didn't cook them for long because I wanted them to be crisp. You can have Green and White Bean Salad using 10 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Green and White Bean Salad
- You need 2 cups of fresh green beans.
- It’s 1 (15 oz) of can white beans drained and rinsed.
- Prepare 1 cup of cherry or grape tomatoes cut in half.
- It’s 1 of celery stalk thinly sliced.
- You need of Dressing creamy vinaigrette.
- You need of Olive oil.
- It’s of Red or white wine vinegar.
- You need of Plain yogurt.
- You need of Kosher salt.
- It’s of See my recipe on creamy vinaigrette to make.
I added white beans-a great source of protein, and tomatoes. I gave the veggies a nice splash of fresh lemon juice. To top things off, I threw in some fresh basil and. Whisk together walnut oil, vinegar, and honey in a small bowl.
Green and White Bean Salad step by step
- Prep vegetables and beans, stem ends and snapped off, cut into 1 inch pieces for green beans, drain and rinse white beans, cut celery and tomato’s.
- Add all to a bowl, and make creamy vinaigrette. Add the vinaigrette to the bean mixture. (I didn’t add much dressing to mine, make to taste).
- Serve right away or cover and refrigerate up to 1 day..
Arrange bean mixture on a platter. Flake salmon into large pieces, and scatter on top of vegetables. Fresh dill adds zestiness to this salad without overpowering it. You can use cannellini beans or great Northern beans in place of the navy beans. Tuna, cannellini beans, green beans, and red onion are matches made in salad heaven — toss them in a simple dressing of white-wine vinegar and olive oil for a light and refreshing lunch or dinner.