This easy-to-make tuna salad is great served on homemade bread. Toss a scoopful in a green salad to help get your daily greens!
I find that adding the onion, and the celery gives the salad a nice crunch! Spread some of this tuna fish salad on some of your very own
homemade bread! Eat the bread toasted for a nice crunch, or leave the bread untoasted for a soft bite.
Yes, you can easily make your own bread, and we've been doing it for a while now. There's such a sense of fulfillment in knowing that what you're eating has been 'prepared from scratch' and not poured out of cardboard boxes.
There are several different types of tuna fish, including albacore, bluefin, bigeye, and yellowfin. Each type of tuna has its own unique flavor and texture. Additionally, the different types of tuna vary in terms of their fat content.
Tuna is a good source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins B6 and B12. Additionally, tuna is low in saturated fat and calories.
If you're not weight-watching and you prefer a little oil in your tuna salad, try this: use one can of tuna 'in water', and the other can of tuna fish 'in oil'.
Another option to be aware of: Tuna in foil pouches... they're great!
There's no excess water in the pouch, so to me, it's even more
If using canned tuna, don't add ALL the oil (or water) as that will make it too soggy and we don't want it dripping out of the sandwich onto your clothing! :-)
I LOVE it. With Anita's bread, just mix the bread up in a bowl, leave it alone for 2 hrs, shape it, then bake it for 25 minutes. It doesn't get much easier than that! The hard part is actually waiting for the bread to cool down... :-)
The best way to cook tuna depends on the type of tuna and your personal preferences. Tuna can be cooked rare, medium-rare, or well-done. It can also be grilled, baked, poached, or seared.