Pack this protein filled tuna and orzo pasta salad for your lunch or summer picnic! It’s easy to transport, and makes a TON!
Dish Count :: 1 Mixing Bowl, 1 Pot, 1 Cutting Board
I’m finally getting around to sharing this recipe with you. It’s a special recipe, by an even more special person who has been an inspiration to me, and so many others. And how lucky am I that I get to share it with you!
I am the first to admit that I ate this pasta salad for five days straight – it made way more than it said it would in the recipe (PRAISE!). Because even if it didn’t make way more than the 6 servings, I would have happily made it again just to get more! It’s that good. And, even better, it’s easy!
Andie has released her new cookbook, Eating In the Middle, and it is full of inspired recipes that are full of fresh ingredients that are simple and approachable. This was the second recipe I made from the book, along with the chile rubbed salmon (because DUH!, Salmon!), and this was out of this world. Come to think of it, those two recipes together are the perfect summer meal.
Andie has chronicled her weight loss journey on her site, as well as her best selling book “It Was Me All Along“, and she has inspired so many along the way – including me. So naturally, when she emailed me to ask if I would review her book, it was a no brainer.
This recipe is one I will be making again and again. And I hope you will too.