Tuna and Egg Niçoise with Roasted Baby Potatoes

Serves 4.

Tuna and Egg Nicoise with Roasted Baby Potatoes

Composed, warm salads bring Mediterranean sunshine to the plate any time of year. Sous vide cooking’s precise and steady temperature control in a water bath means sustainable, better-than-canned tuna, is easier than ever. Crisp, tender, and decadent all at once, this French “comfort food” meal is tied together with a zippy lemon-mustard vinaigrette.

Tip

For the protein component, sous vide-cooked salmon or mackerel would be a great alternative to the tuna.

Each serving contains: 581 calories; 43 g protein; 34 g total fat (7 g sat. fat, 0 g trans fat); 28 g total carbohydrates (6 g sugars, 5 g fibre); 593 mg sodium

Source: Cooking with Water

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