How to Serve Tuna Salad with Variety

People get bored with food and this is very true for kids. This is especially the case with people who are served the same type of food twice a day. And, this is understandable for people who have to keep a look out on their respective budgets. However, if your are really insistent on being regular with budget savvy food, you can definitely make a few changes here and there in order to make sure that the food you serve has a different look and taste to it every time you serve it.

It is common knowledge that every dish can be served in a variety of ways. All it takes to add variety to a dish is through sheer creativity and imagination. There are times when you have tuna in your refrigerator that no one dares to touch. However, rather than giving it to your cat, you can make it more interesting and tasty.

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: Nil
Total time: 10 min
Yield: 4 servings
Utensils: Bowl, Plate, Knife, Fork

Ingredients:
Tuna; skinned, deboned, and cubed: 2 lbs
Vinegar: 1 1/2 cup
Ginger, minced: 3 tablespoons
Red onion, minced: 1 large
Salt: 2 teaspoon
Ground black pepper: 1 teaspoon
Lemon or calamansi juice: 1/2 cup
Red chilies, chopped: 1 to 2 tablespoons

Instructions

  • 1

    You can make a tuna salad sandwich out of your tuna fish. Just lightly roast the bread as the brownish tinge on it will make the bread more attractive. Then, just add some mayonnaise spread on the bread before placing tuna salad on it. Furthermore, you can also be more creative about it by adding some different things to your sandwich like olives, tomatoes, lettuce.

  • 2

    Another way to make your tuna salad look interesting is by adding a bit of colour to it. Just make a new bed of fresh lettuce leaves. You can even add spinach or other vegetables to it and then add tuna salad at the centre of it. To be more creative and imaginative, add apples and some cherry tomatoes on the sides of the salad platter.

  • 3

    Another easy way of making your Tuna Salad awesome is by putting small mounds of tuna on a lettuce leaf. You can then add some pepper and cheese on it in order to add more taste to the tuna salad. Try giving it a brilliant look by wrapping the free ages around the lettuce with a toothpick.

  • 4

    You can also serve your tuna salad warm if you want to. Make small squares of each bread and cut them. Spread some mayonnaise on these pieces and put your tuna salad on top of it. Then, add another piece of bread on top of it. Put this on a cookie sheet and take it to the oven for some medium heat. However, make sure that the edges of your bread don’t turn black.

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