Keto Tuna Handrolls

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Keto Tuna Handrolls

17 ratings

These tuna handrolls make a tasty and filling lunch. The seaweed provides a delicious salty and nutritious wrapper for the tuna. You can mix up the vegetables that are mixed in, but celery, radishes and green onions make for great crunch and texture. Try these for your next lunch!

  • Net Carbs

    2.8 g

  • Fiber

    7.7 g

  • Total Carbs

    10.5 g

  • Protein

    21.5 g

  • Fats

    27 g

367 cals

Keto Tuna Handrolls

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Ingredients

  • Celery

    Celery

    ¼ cup, diced

  • Radishes Raw

    Radishes Raw

    ½ cup slices

  • Green Onions

    Green Onions

    ¼ cup, chopped

  • Wild Albacore Tuna by Wild Planet

    Wild Albacore Tuna by Wild Planet

    2-½ serving

  • Mayonnaise by Sir Kensington's

    Mayonnaise by Sir Kensington's

    2-½ tbsp

  • Lemon Juice Raw

    Lemon Juice Raw

    1 teaspoon

  • Dijon Mustard

    Dijon Mustard

    1 tsp, or 1 packet

  • Salt

    Salt

    ¼ teaspoon

  • Avocado

    Avocado

    1 avocado, California

  • Nori Sheets Sea Superfood by Navitas

    Nori Sheets Sea Superfood by Navitas

    4 sheet

Recipe Steps

steps 5

15 min

  • Step 1

    Mince the celery, half of the radishes, and green onion and add to a large bowl. Thinly slice the other half of the radishes. Cut and peel an avocado into quarters and thinly slice the quarters.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Add a can of tuna to the vegetables. Use the back of a fork to chop up the tuna.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Add the mayo, lemon juice, dijon mustard, salt, and pepper to the tuna and mix well.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Fold a piece of nori in half. Add ⅓ of the tuna mixture to the center of the tuna and top with a few slices of avocado and radish.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Roll the nori slices up to make tuna handrolls. Repeat with the other pieces of nori and remaining tuna. Eat immediately.
    Step 5

Comments 24

  • SuperAvocado632474

    SuperAvocado632474 a year ago

    Made this and used leaf lettuce, tuna mixture was very good!

    • LizPepper

      LizPepper a year ago

      This was good! Great flavor. I added too much mayo so it was runny. Next time I'll make sure to add just enough. Also, I think next time I'll cut one sheet of nori in half. I found it to be too much. And possibly lighting toasting might help the chewiness at the folds.

      • SlimgirlCheri

        SlimgirlCheri 2 years ago

        Yummy I love Nori

        • Wordsmithist

          Wordsmithist 2 years ago

          Highly inventive and quite tasty. I'd make these even if I weren't in Keto. Kudos!

          • MarvellousArugula442070

            MarvellousArugula442070 2 years ago

            Is this canned tuna?

            • DanaerysA

              DanaerysA 8 months ago

              Yes

          • GorgeousKetone120463

            GorgeousKetone120463 3 years ago

            What do you think instead of Nori use leftover cabbage?

            • 2rozy

              2rozy 3 years ago

              I will not use the Nori! I used leaf lettuce instead

              • Nephthys

                Nephthys 3 months ago

                Lol

              • Sunshine25246

                Sunshine25246 2 years ago

                Why not?

            • Greggy

              Greggy 3 years ago

              Absolutely delicious. Really enjoyed this.

              • Hmheidi

                Hmheidi 3 years ago

                Freaking delicious!!

                • UpbeatArugula849974

                  UpbeatArugula849974 3 years ago

                  YUM, as a sushi lover I really thought I’d be missing out on keto, can’t believe how good of a substitute this is. Recommend lightly toasting the nori before using them, they can be chewy when folded otherwise!

                  • Frecklesoffstage

                    Frecklesoffstage 4 years ago

                    Is there a substitute for the radishes? Unfortunately I dont have any right now

                    • Elysefl954

                      Elysefl954 4 years ago

                      YUM

                      • Carmen

                        Carmen 4 years ago

                        They are delicious!

                        • lljones07196acf

                          lljones07196acf 4 years ago

                          I love these hand rolls!

                          • rollingstone19

                            rollingstone19 5 years ago

                            I added cream cheese and a few more radish slices. Lovely!

                            • Cassimora

                              Cassimora 5 years ago

                              Tasted like tuna salad wrapped in Nori, I wish I would've added more radishes though... they really make the dish!

                              • MAJKenita

                                MAJKenita 5 years ago

                                I don’t like seaweed, what else I can use?

                                • recipewriter

                                  recipewriter 5 years ago

                                  Try big pieces of lettuce or raw collard green leaves! Hope you enjoy.

                              • Rashaell

                                Rashaell 5 years ago

                                This is very good. I used Costco roasted seaweed snack instead of nori.

                                • recipewriter

                                  recipewriter 5 years ago

                                  So glad you enjoyed them!

                              • trudefaithd334

                                trudefaithd334 6 years ago

                                Yummy add hot sauce