Tuna is a food that is cheap and can also be added to basic
ingredients to make a nice meal for your family.
Tuna sandwiches are easy to make and all you need is a can of
tuna, some mayo and diced onion or onion powder and mix it all
together and put it on your bread or eat it with crackers
Tuna patties are also easy to make and a tasty meal, all you need
is to add an untrained can of tuna to a bowl and then mix in some
flour, salt, pepper, and egg. Make a patty out of the mixture and
fry in hot grease.
Add tuna to your deviled egg mixture. All you need to do is hard
boil the eggs, cut them in half, and remove the yolk and put in a
bowl. Add salt, pepper, mayo, mustard, onion powder and flaked
tuna to the yolk and mix well. Stir this mixture in with the egg
white, put on your serving dish and sprinkle some paprika over
Cook and drain ramen noodles and do not add the spice pack to it.
Add mayonnaise, onion powder, salt and pepper and tuna to the
noodles and mix together for a light meal.
Tuna melt sandwiches are easy to make by spreading slices of
bread with butter then add tuna and mayo together, mix well and put on bread, sprinkle with cheddar cheese and put in the oven
under broil until the cheese has melted. You will need to watch
Tuna and rice can be made by preparing boxed flavored rice as
directed and adding tuna and mixing it together.
Tuna can also be added to egg noodles that have been cooked and
drained. Add in a can of mushroom soup and mix it all
together and put in a casserole dish, sprinkle with shredded
cheddar cheese and bake at 375 degrees for about 35 to 40 minutes
Make a sandwich by putting lettuce, tomato, mustard and tuna on
it. It doesnít have to be complicated just put what you have and
what you like together, you may just come up with a recipe the
family canít do without.
Angela Billings is the founder and editor of
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