We have tuna salad just about every weekend at my house. I’m fortunate because my kids love it. I’m always trying to come up with new ways to give it a twist. I had some leftover fresh basil and red bell peppers and didn’t want to use any mayonnaise. I threw these ingredients together, and it came out great. You may want double the recipe because it goes fast.
One of my subscribers asked me for a recipe for a Tuna Noodle Casserole, and, at first, I wasn’t so excited to come up with something. When I made this dish, I really had a change of heart. I used reduced-fat soups, panko breadcrumbs, canned tuna and some fresh and frozen vegetables, and it came out great. My kids love penne noodles, and they worked well with the consistency of this dish. This makes a great weeknight or Sunday night dinner offering perfect for the entire family.