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18th January
2011
written by Nibblish

Here is a little tuna mix I like to make on Sunday night for lunch during the week.
It’s cheap, tasty, healthy and really versatile. You can have it as a sandwich filling for a big lunch, on crackers or in a wrap for a lighter version, as a veg stick dip if you’re trying to be super healthy. It’s packed in protein, you won’t get bored of it and it also lasts for days in the fridge.

Ingredients: (serves 4 lunches)

1 large can of tuna
1 small can of sweetcorn
1 spring onion, finely sliced
1/2 white onion, finely diced
1small chili, finely chopped
A handful of fresh coriander, finely chopped
4/5 tbsp of thousand island sauce
salt & pepper

Instructions:

1. Drain and flake the tuna into a large bowl
2. Add your drained sweetcorn, spring onion, onion, sauce and mix well
3. Add fresh herbs, chili and season with salt and pepper.

You’re done.
You can also switch the thousand island dressing for salad cream or mayo, the coriander for dill or basil, chili for Jelapenos, onions for shallots…So you can pretty much make it as long as you have a can of una in the pantry!

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2 Comments

  1. Nikki
    18/01/2011

    Can you use something else as a substitute for sweetcorn? I’m not a big fan, but the rest of the recipe looks great!

  2. Nibblish
    18/01/2011

    Hi Nikki,
    You sure can!
    I would suggest pepper (green or red) finely diced or gherkin finely sliced!
    …the aim is to add a bit of crisp contrast to the moist texture!x

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