I have great news! These avocado tuna bowls with cilantro lime dressing take 10 minutes to make and taste incredibly fresh and satisfying. Clearly, that o-fish-ally makes them a must-try lunch or dinner. 😉
Sorry, guys. I couldn’t resist that pun. It was just tuna good! (Okay, okay, I promise I’ve filled my pun quota for the day.)
These avocado tuna bowls are pocket-friendly, too. With farmers market days around the corner, fresh veggies are affordable and readily available. All you need are five wholesome ingredients for the bowls themselves. Also, the cilantro lime dressing is fresh, and has a tart and delicious flavor that pairs well with many recipes. I like to make a double batch and keep it stored in my refrigerator for my salads and grain bowls. Or you can use it as a dip!
Don’t forget to use Harvest Snaps crisps as a crunchy crouton on top. (A good alternative for those who are gluten-free!) I like adding the black pepper flavor for the perfect balance of spice.
Don’t these avocado tuna bowls look so vibrant and satisfying? Go make them ASAP. Grab the recipe below and enjoy!
Avocado Tuna Bowls with Cilantro Lime Dressing
Prep time: 10 minutes
Yields: 2 servings
Cilantro Lime Dressing:
juice of 2 limes
1/2 cup Greek yogurt
1/4 cup olive oil
2-3 tablespoons water
1 teaspoon garlic, minced
1 cup cilantro
pinch of salt
Avocado Tuna Bowls:
2 avocados, halved
1 can tuna
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup red and orange bell peppers, chopped
pinch of salt
1. Pour the lime juice, yogurt, olive oil, water, garlic, cilantro, and salt in a blender. Blend on high speed about 2 minutes, until cilantro is well chopped and the dressing turns a light green color. Scrape down dressing from sides, transfer to a sealed container and place in refrigerator to chill.
2. Mix the tuna, mayo, bell peppers, and salt in a small mixing bowl. Fill each avocado pit with 1/2-1 cup of the tuna mixture. Drizzle with the cilantro lime dressing and top with crumbled crisps. Serve immediately and enjoy!
Store the remaining cilantro lime dressing in an airtight container or mason jar for up to 2 weeks.
Thanks to Harvest Snaps for partnering on this post.