Lemon Pepper Tuna Pita Sandwich

Lemon Pepper Tuna Pita Pocket
  • Recipe Yield: 20

0 minutes

Created by StarKist®

Ingredients:

  • 1 pouch, 43 oz. StarKist® Chunk Light Tuna in Water
  • 10 pita pockets, whole grain
  • 7 oz. lettuce, romaine, EP
  • 1/3 cup celery, small dice, EP
  • ½ cup Greek yogurt, plain
  • ½ cup mayonnaise
  • 2 Tbsp. Mrs. Dash® Lemon Pepper Seasoning, Salt Free
  • ¼ cup parsley, fresh, finely chopped, EP
  • ½ tsp. black pepper

Directions:

  • Thaw pita pocket at room temperature overnight. Proper thawing will aid in handling the product without breaking and cracking. CCP: No bare hand contact with ready to eat food.
  • Shred lettuce. Cut romaine head in half lengthwise through root end of lettuce. Rinse both halves thoroughly.
  • Make 1 lengthwise cut leaving each root half intact, then cut across to make ¼” strips. Rinse cut romaine under running water and drain well. Salad spinner recommended. Set aside. CCP: Hold at 41° F or lower.
  • Rinse celery under running water or use pre-cut that does not require washing prior to use. Dice celery into small ¼” pieces. CCP: Hold at 41° F or lower
  • Combine Greek yogurt, mayonnaise, lemon pepper seasoning, celery, parsley, and pepper in a large bowl. Add undrained tuna and using fresh gloves, crumble into small pieces. Mix gently until all ingredients are combined. CCP: Hold at 41° F or lower.
  • Cut pita rounds in half. To assemble pita, place ¼ c romaine lettuce into pita pocket. Using a #16 disher, add ¼ c tuna mixture into center of pocket. Serve 1 pocket immediately. Avoid holding for long periods of time to prevent pita from becoming soggy.
Servings Per Container 20
1 pouch, 43 oz. StarKist® Chunk Light Tuna in WaterServings Size 1 sandwich (1/2 pita)
Amount Per ServingDV%*
Calories200
Total Fat6.5g8%6.5g
Saturated Fat1g5%1g
Cholesterol35mg12%35mg
Sodium380mg16.5%380mg
Total Carbohydrate19g7%19g
Dietary Fiber3g11%
Protein18g%
Vitamin A94019%
Vitamin C1.5mg3%
Calcium70mg5%
Iron1.9mg11%

*The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.