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Thursday, June 5, 2014

Bake to the Basics with Tuna

What's for lunch?

 My recipe for tuna salad is a little different than most and mine has a big KICK to it!

Tuna Salad with a KICK

1 Large can of Tuna
2 heaping tbsp of Mayo
1/4 cup chopped pecans
1 Hard boil egg
2 tsp Grey Poupon Dijon Mustard
Salt and Pepper to taste

Mix all ingredients except Mayo and Mustard.
Chop all content with a knife.
Mix in Mayo and Mustard
Add Salt and Pepper

The picture shows a tuna salad sandwich that everyone likes.  It is also how my husband prefers!  You may omit the pecans if there is a nut allergy.  I also like to add lettuce, tomato and onion to my sandwich.  I serve the pickle on the side for those who don't eat relish. What gives this salad a KICK is the mustard...After toasting your bread, spread a little on your bread  for the EXTRA KICK! 
You may look at the photo and say..."Looks plain",  but I promise you, you will love it.  After being in the refrigerator for a couple of days and is very cold, I like to serve it up on plain bread for that really soft, smooth, cold refreshing feeling.

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