A Simple Tuna Salad For a Summer Fresh Dinner

    tuna salad

    Tuna salad was one of my favorite sandwiches when I was a teen ager in Rio. I loved the one sold by the Brazilian fast food chain Bob’s. It was made with toasted bread with the cold tuna salad inside. A perfect mix.

    Nowadays I don’t eat sandwiches that often, but I kept trying to imitate that tuna salad that captured my palate and I admit that, when I prepare it, we have no leftovers at all ;-).

    But, as you know, sometimes we forget a recipe for a while, sticking to others. Well, a couple of days ago I saw a tuna salad recipe and felt like doing it again. I prepared some for me, my husband and my daughter. Well, we ate it all and I had to prepare a second batch ;-). My daughter doesn’t love tomatoes and exclamed: “I even ate the tomatoes!”

    Yes, other than tasty, it is a very simple recipe, quick to prepare. It can be a good solution when you have unexpected friends for a snack too.

    I served it into tomatoes, but you can serve it in a bowl, adding tomatoes aside. It matches all breads (we ate it with wet Sardinian bread) and it is really a risky-free-super-simple recipe.

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    A Simple Tuna Salad For a Summer Fresh Dinner
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    A super easy tuna salad recipe
    Recipe type: Salad
    Serves: 3
    • about 500 g of canned tuna (I use those conserved with oil)
    • 2 to 3 Tbsp of light mayonnaise
    • 2 Tbsp of ketchup
    • 2 Tbsp of capers (drained and squeezed)
    1. Eliminate part of the oil from the canned tuna (it's up to your taste) and pour the tuna into a bowl.
    2. With a fork, cut the bigger pieces into small ones.
    3. Add mayonnaise, ketchup and cappers and mix it all until becomes creamy.
    4. If you have time, put in the fridge for one hour, otherwise, serve immediately with (toasted) bread.
    5. Buon appetito!



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