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French Rice and Tuna Salad – Salade de Riz au Thon
French Rice and Tuna Salad – Salade de Riz au Thon
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This is a classic French homemade summer salad with rice and tuna. This salad comes in many different variations, but they all have rice and tuna in common. It is fast and easy to prepare and can be made the day before. Common to serve on a picnic or to bring when you are on the move.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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300 gr Tuna in oil
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300 gr Rice
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3 big Tomatoes
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100 gr Corn kernels
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3 tablespoons Oilev oil
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1 teaspoon Salt
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1 teaspoon Dill
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1 teaspoon Parsley
Instructions:
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Cook the rice accordingly to the package. Let it cool down.
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Pour away the oil from the can with the tuna and pour the tuna in a big bowl.
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Cut the tomatoes in small pieces and add to the tuna.
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Pour away the liquid from the can with corn kernels and add the corn in the big bowl.
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Add the spices and olive oil and mix well.
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Place in the fridge for minimum 1 hour or if possible, over the night.
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