5 Paleo Tuna Recipes (Passover Approved)

With so many dietary restrictions, cooking for Passover can be tricky. Around here, it seems like baked chicken and potatoes with a green veggie is eaten day…after…day! (So boring, I know.) Instead of the usual chicken, why not swap it out for tuna? It’s just as tasty, and while not quite as versatile, it can still be a yummy lunch or dinner.

I found all of these recipes in the “Paleo Tuna” category. For anyone not familiar, Paleo diets restrict wheat and grains, so they’re perfect for Passover!

Homemade Interest has a great recipe for a Stuffed Tomato Tuna Melt.

Hannaford’s Red Pepper Tuna Salad Boats are a nice way to jazz up a plain salad into something special.

Little Miss Fit has created some cool Paleo Tuna Burgers that use almond flour (very handy if you bought a bag to make a Passover cake and need to use it up!).

Cook Eat Paleo made some super cute Avocado Tuna Salad cups that only need 4 ingredients.

Primal Palate has a delish Baked Tuna Steak with Chimichurri Marinade.



Do you have any tuna recipes that will work for Passover? Please share!

6 thoughts on “5 Paleo Tuna Recipes (Passover Approved)

  1. liane

    Nothing to share because I HATE fish, but the chimmichurri sauce would be fantastic on steak.

  2. Debbie Welchert

    The stuffed tomato tuna melt and the tuna burgers are at the top of my list to try. They look amazing and I can’t wait to try them.

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