Tuna Salad Recipes
Still more and more popular tuna salad recipe has come a long way from an ice cream scoop of low grade tuna mixed with mayonnaise sitting on a lettuce leaf. With the popularity of sushi and dishes like seared ahi tuna, fresh tuna has made its way from the shores to the stores. Tuna varieties like yellow fin (ahi) and blue fin can now be found at fish markets, specialty online stores and supermarkets all over the country. Buying sushi grade tuna at a local grocery store that was not right on the coastline was unheard just a few short years ago.
Tuna fish can be purchased canned, frozen and fresh. Tuna in cans comes in several varieties including tuna packed in water and oil. Most purchased canned tuna is the “chunk” variety, with the meatier “solid” white albacore tuna selling at a premium of about twice that of “chunk” tuna. For the cost, tuna and thus even the best tuna salad recipes are very affordable. Frozen tuna steaks can be found in some supermarkets, and fresh tuna as mentioned above, is becoming more mainstream.
TunaSaladRecipes.net presents a growing collection of recipes certain to please tuna lovers. From simple tuna fish salad for sandwich making to slices of expensive sushi grade tuna gracing the plate, there are recipes here for everyone, every budget and every occasion. Recipes for tuna salad range from light fare to hearty, and all recipes are accompanied by tips to help you shop, handle, store and prepare tuna fish salad ingredients.
Tuscan Tuna Fish Salad With White Beans
1 (14-ounce) can Cannellini Beans, rinsed and drained
3 tablespoons Sun-Dried Tomatoes, sliced
1/4 cup Kalamata Olives, pitted, coarsely chopped
1 (4-ounce) can High Quality Imported Tuna In Olive Oil, drained, chunked
1 tablespoon Green Onions, chopped
2 tablespoons White Balsamic Vinegar
2 tablespoons Extra-Virgin Olive Oil…
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