Welcome Green Monsters! We're your online guide to making conscious choices that help people, animals and the planet.
Download food monster: the biggest, baddest, yummiest vegan food app!
single

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR Newsletter

Food Monster - Recipes

‘Tuna’ Stuffed Avocados [Vegan]

LIKE OGP ON FACEBOOK :
3.8K Shares
If you enjoy recipes like this, we highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App, it's available for both Android and iPhone and has free and paid versions. The app is loaded with thousands of allergy-friendly & vegan recipes/cooking tips, has hundreds of search filters and features like bookmarking, meal plans and more! The app shows you how having diet/health/food preferences can be full of delicious abundance rather than restrictions!

Who says you need fish to make tuna? In this recipe, white beans are pulsed into a crumbly, tuna-like consistency, slathered with vegan mayo, and given some seafood essence with dill and dulse flakes. From here, you can either pack this tuna in a sandwich or follow the recipe and stuff them into avocados for a visually-pleasing appetizer. Either way is delicious!

'Tuna' Stuffed Avocados [Vegan]

Ingredients

  • 3 cups white beans
  • 2 celery stalks, diced
  • 1/2 cup onion, finely chopped
  • 2 teaspoons dulse powder
  • 1 teaspoon dried dill
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 3/4 cup vegan mayonnaise

Preparation

  1. Place the beans in a food processor and pulse until they are crumbly. Do not over process the beans. You don’t want them to be creamy, just really chopped up.
  2. Once the beans are processed, place them in a mixing bowl and add the celery, onion, dulse, dill, sea salt, and mayonnaise. Mix until everything is combined.
  3. Cut the avocado in half, remove the pit and dig out 1 thin layer of the avocado. The thin layer is just so that the tuna will have a slightly deeper bowl to sit in.
  4. Scoop some tuna into each half of the avocado and serve.

EXPLORE MORE RECIPES WITH THESE INGREDIENTS:


 

AUTHOR & RECIPE DETAILS


photo

Meat-free comfort food without the oil!

Molly Patrick is the co-founder of cleanfooddirtygirl.com
Molly is a food coach, specializing in healing people’s relationships with food by focusing on how, what and why they eat.
She has a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from Cornell University in conjunction with the T. Collin Campbell Foundation.
Her popular Saturday emails have turned into a Saturday morning ritual for her readers around the globe.


 

 

Want to read more posts like this? Sign up for our newsletter below!​

Browse through recent recipes below:

Swedish Meatballs With Rosé Pepper and Thyme [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

Vegan Swedish Meatballs with Rosé Pepper and Thyme [Vegan, Gluten-Free]

Coconut Snowballs With Macadamia Core [Vegan, Grain-Free]

Vegan Grain-Free Coconut Snowballs With Macadamia Core

Chocolate, Coffee, and Chestnut Torte [Vegan]

vegan chocolate, coffee and chestnut torte

Crispy and Comforting Broccoli Cheese Tops [Vegan, Gluten-Free]


Disclosure: One Green Planet accepts advertising, sponsorship, affiliate links and other forms of compensation, which may or may not influence the advertising content, topics or articles written on this site. Click here for more information.

115 comments on “‘Tuna’ Stuffed Avocados [Vegan]”

Click to add comment
diane
1 Years Ago

Made the filling and used for sandwiches. It was very tasty and makes quite a bit. My husband said looks like tuna but doesn't taste like tuna but this is really good.


Reply
kungaa joseph
1 Years Ago

I was hestitate to try this, but when I asked the question on facebook of what kind of beans to use, the suggestion was Cannelini or Northern. I liked the Cannelini bean; but have trouble with sodium; found my store\'s organic one and it was very low in sodium (especially like myself who has high blood pressure). Don\'t like celery, but used Sage instead; It was unbelievable. you couldn\'t really tell if you were eating a white tuna or beans. I am in heaven with this recipe. Thankyou and I did put it on avocado and I am salivating now.


Reply
Leslie Braniger
1 Years Ago

Garbanzos beans are good too


Reply
Amber McIsaac
1 Years Ago

Katelin Roth


Reply
Amber McIsaac
1 Years Ago

Katelin Roth


Reply
Claudia Masella
1 Years Ago

Raw or cook beans ?


Reply
moonlit
03 Sep 2016

it would have to be either canned or dried that have been cooked

Asia Hamilton
1 Years Ago

Alicia Van Cleve Nowatzki


Reply
Alicia Van Cleve Nowatzki
14 Aug 2016

Umm yes!

Kelly Ann
1 Years Ago

Kaitlyn Tara


Reply
Tia Lynn
1 Years Ago

This sounds up your alley too! Megean Dahms


Reply
Johanna Espnz
1 Years Ago

Iban Lee


Reply
Iban Lee
12 Aug 2016

Omg it looks delicious afff <3



Subscribe to our Newsletter




Follow us on


Do Not Show This Again

×

Submit to OneGreenPlanet


Terms & Conditions ×
  GET FOOD MONSTER APPX