3 No-Fuss Dinners You Can Make With Canned Tuna
Fast and Easy
This may look complex, but it's surprisingly simple. These sushi stacks require just 10 minutes of prep time, and the final dish is loaded with good-for-you nutrients and antioxidants. Plus the recipe is made using a bit of Sriracha sauce, making it a great go-to when your taste buds are craving a little kick.
Who doesn’t love cheese? Unfortunately, most varieties are high in fat (and not the good kind). One notable exception—cottage cheese. Cottage cheese is not only high in calcium and low in fat, but it’s also a complete protein and a very versatile ingredient. Case in point: this tuna-based avocado and cottage cheese salad. It’s quick, easy, and inexpensive to whip up.
Cucumber bites are so cute and easy to eat that they just make everything better. Simply slice up a cucumber and top each wheel with a dollop of tuna salad. While this recipe calls for peeling the cucumber, if you’re especially crunched for time, that’s totally not necessary.
When hunger strikes, fight back by whipping this up in minutes. High in protein and fiber, it's a great lunch or dinner you can add your own touches to: Use quinoa or brown rice instead of the white rice, or broccoli instead of spinach. Add any herbs and spices to bump up the flavor, even though we think lemon gets the job done.
Pizza night ain't so unhealthy after all—just skip the store-bought kind and make this creative version at home. The dairy-free, low-carb recipe uses tuna to make the pizza crust (yes, you heard that right, and yes it’s firm enough to eat with your hands). And who knew walnuts would be such a great pizza topping?
Your tuna will be singing, "I'm on a boat!" while you make this tasty recipe. Simply mix together tuna and avocado, then fold in some diced tomatoes, celery, parsley, and lemon juice—you can eat it right out of the avocado skin (a.k.a. the boat).
Feeding a Crowd
One-pot meals are ideal when you're feeding a crowd, especially when one can be done (from start to finish) in just 30 minutes. An Italian-kitchen staple, this recipe is a combination of pasta, tuna, olives, and a light garlic white wine sauce. The recommendation is to garnish the dish with Parmesan cheese to taste. We say pile it on.
Don’t be put off by this long list of ingredients; you probably have the majority in your kitchen already. Better yet, they’re all easy to swap out if you have one herb on hand but not the other. These patties taste as good warm as they do cold, so you can make a big batch and store the leftovers for later in the week.
Refreshing, light, and super easy to make, this corn salad is a great dish to serve guests—especially if you’re on a budget. Plus cleanup is a breeze, so you can get back to that glass of wine in no time.
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