EDITOR’S NOTE (May 12, 2019): See recipe video on my Facebook fan page.
A protein-packed salad made with simple ingredients. Quick and easy to make. Enjoy from a bowl or slathered on your favorite toasted bread.
Interesting tuna facts from a New York Times article…
Tuna comes in ”solid,” ”chunk” and ”flaked” varieties. A can of tuna labeled ”solid” or ”solid pack” should contain one whole piece of tuna loin. ”Chunk” should contain chunks of tuna, which are pieces of the loin that broke off during the processing of ”solid pack” tuna. Cans of ”flaked” tuna are full of all the pieces left over from the chunks.
Tuna packed in oil, either vegetable oil or olive oil, is usually cooked, fish and oil together, in the can. Many tuna producers contend that oil-processed tuna is always better and that water leaches out flavor.
I prefer chunk light tuna packed in water. Tastes better in my opinion. If you prefer packed in oil, I respect that. We all have different tastes. Nothing wrong with that.
When I give myself a motivational talk, I call myself Homegirl! Sometimes, I use it when referring to female friends and relatives. What does that have to do with this salad? Glad you asked. Homegirl’s Tuna Salad sound more interesting! How cool is that?! 🙂 🙂 🙂
I used Sauer’s Real Mayo for the first time. Made the salad creamy and tasty. I’ll use it again for sure. This is not a paid endorsement nor did I receive free mayo. Just gave it a try. Loved it. My pleasure to share the good news!
I LOVE my Mt. Olive Sweet Salad Cubes. For this recipe, I opened the last complimentary jar in a package shipped to me from the company a short while ago. This has been my favorite brand for many, many years. Sweet salad cubes add crunch and a milk sweetness. Very good!