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Easy Ideas to "Spruce Up" Tuna?

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  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 9,675 Member Member Posts: 9,675 Member
    ninerbuff wrote: »
    Eat it raw with some sweet vinegar rice and seaweed.

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  • Sakura_TreeSakura_Tree Member Posts: 142 Member Member Posts: 142 Member
    Tuna onigiri is really easy to make and delicious!
  • foofyqfoofyq Member Posts: 42 Member Member Posts: 42 Member
    tuna melts are always good. bread + tuna salad + cheddar cheese on top, put in the toaster oven or in the oven and broil for a few minutes. i like sriracha on top
  • jelleighjelleigh Member Posts: 718 Member Member Posts: 718 Member
    I make my tuna salad with horseradish. Gives it some kick.
    Also if I don't have time to chop up stuff to put in for a tuna salad, I sometimes add just a spoonful of green relish. (I've not done the horseradish and relish together but maybe the sweet heat would be good.

    I also just mixed it with seafood sauce a few times to give it more of a tangy flavour.
  • ponycyndiponycyndi Member Posts: 857 Member Member Posts: 857 Member
    I like mine with a tomato balsamic salad, sometimes I add lettuce and/or avocado.

    I recently had it with a little rice, tons of wilted spinach, a little garlic and lemon juice. A hot meal instead of tuna salad is nice this time of year.
  • Katmary71Katmary71 Member Posts: 4,548 Member Member Posts: 4,548 Member
    Jarred jalapenos are good in tuna and egg salad. Some good ideas here!
  • ehju0901ehju0901 Member Posts: 101 Member Member Posts: 101 Member
    I've found that I enjoy jalapeno in mine the most. It's to the point that I kinda crave it sometimes lol.
  • xxxtarable27xxxxxxtarable27xxx Member Posts: 91 Member Member Posts: 91 Member
    1 can of tuna
    1 boiled egg cut up
    2 teaspoons of yellow mustard
    2 tablespoons of mayonnaise
    1 or 2 pickle spears (depending on how many you want)

    Mix it and then I put it on Nature's Own Honey Oat bread which is 40 calories per slice.
    edited June 8
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