A good tuna salad recipe can be one of the most delicious foods you have ever tasted. Few foods can compare with the tenderness and the great flavor of tuna. The tuna can be found in warm waters all around the world. Since old times people have enjoyed the versatility and taste of this fish. Tuna is one of the most popular foods in the world, especially in the Dominican Republic for a variety of reasons. It is frequently used fresh or canned either way many mouth watering dishes can prepared with it. The canned type is sometimes preferred over the fresh for certain reasons.
The low cost of preparing a canned tuna salad recipe makes it a grocery item that fits in any budget. Which means you can stretch your money a bit further when you use tuna fish in a Dominican meal; however, if you can get it fresh go for it.
It is low in calories and can be integrated into many types of dietary regimens. And it can leave you feeling satisfied even though you have eaten a relatively small portion.
Pairing tuna with onions also called “atun encebollado” is always a good combination. The mild flavor of tuna fish makes it an ideal choice for sandwiches, casseroles and salads. You have the alternative to use olive oil or lemon juice instead of the typical mayonnaise to make a healthier version of a tuna salad recipe.
For a full, rich taste without any unnecessary
calories and fat you may want to consider the tuna that is packaged in
spring water instead of the kind that is packed in oil.
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 0 minutes
Servings: This tuna recipe will give for 14 small wraps portions or 7 larger wraps which is enough for 3 to 4 people. You can also divide the ingredients in half if you only need to serve to 2 people.
Alternative: Use the tuna salad recipe to make a quick sandwich.
You can use the tuna mix over some tostones (green fried plantains) or
put the whole wraps at the side of them as well.
The fish not only taste incredible but is also nutritious. It has some nutrients including vitamin B and Omega-3 fatty acids but you should be very careful the way you eat it as certain ways of cooking the fish will make it healthy while others create the opposite effect. When you eat it broiled or baked, for example, it can improve the heart function while the fried version can be harmful to your heart. Tuna salad is always a winner; is very easy to prepare and you can customize it in a huge number of ways.