Chopped Salad with Tuna. The secret to making a great chopped salad is to cut the ingredients into chunks that are all the same size and to include contrasting textures. Instead of using tuna, try leftover cooked chicken.
Chopped Salad This salad for one features the zesty flavors of a traditional Italian antipasto platter, with ribbons of salami, provolone cheese, and romaine lettuce, as well as spicy pepperoncini peppers and plum tomatoes.
Replace the light mayo in your tuna salad with Greek yogurt, which is high in protein. To boost the protein even more, mix in a chopped hard-boiled egg. Add grated carrots for crunch and scoop the salad into celery stalks for a low-carb snack or lunch.
Cha-Cha Chicken Salad Impress your guests with chicken salad that's pressed into a mold and inverted onto a cake stand. Press chopped almonds into the side and surround the chicken salad with fresh herbs and fruit for an over-the-top presentation.
Brazilian Shrimp Soup - Fantastic soup with shrimp, coconut milk, and cilantro. - To make low carb leave out the rice and use uncooked cauliflower rice added to the base about 15 minutes before serving