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July 10, 2013

Tonight we’re heading off to the southern part of France – Provence. I can’t wait. I really love France. I love the nature in Provence, the food, the language (though I only understand a little), the warm weather… Everything. Been there a couple of times when i was younger.

What I really look forward to is taking a ton of photos. Luckily we’re going by car which means I can bring my tripod (more space, you know).

One bad thing though: I don’t know if we’re going to have internet down there. I really hope so. I want to blog from down there. Therefore I’ve prepared some recipes and tutorials and taken some photos. Looking forward to sharing them.

I really love traveling. But I actually also like just being at home when I have vacation. Especially when the weather is nice. I love having time for friends and all the other things I like to do, without having to think about school and homework etc.

When I’m just home like that I – of course – always make my lunch a bit more interesting than the usual food I bring to school. For instance these lovely stuffed tomatoes which I made the day before yesterday. Yummy yum!

Gluten free
& super healthy

Great as a light lunch (eventually served with flour-less seeds crackers) or as a side dish.

Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes

6 half medium tomatoes
  • 3 medium big tomatoes
  • 1 can tuna in water (140 g.)
  • 2 tbsp. plain yogurt
  • 1 tbsp. lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp. balsamic vinegar 
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 handfull fresh basil, chopped
  • 1 dl. (a bit less than 1/2 cup) peas (you can use frozen)
Halve the tomatoes and scape out the pips and “water” using a tea spoon.
Add the tuna, yoghurt, lemon juice and balsamic vinegar to a foodprocessor and blend udtil very fine. Season with salt ad pepper. Transfer to a small bowl and mix in the basil and peas. Eventually store in the fridge for 10 minutes for more flavour. 
Spread out in the tomato halves and serve.

3 responses to “{Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes}”

  1. Alete says:

    how muny kcal?

    • Hi Atele. I am so sorry, but I don’t know :) I have this silly idea that I don’t want to know how many calories my food has as long as it’s healthy. But I know there are quite alot of calculating webpages out there – try google one :) I hope you find out

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