Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Not your ordinary tuna salad.

   I think the first time I made this dish was over 10 years ago when I was in college and I've been making it every once in a while ever since. It's cheap, fast, easy, and delicious, which is perfect for students, busy professionals, or anybody who doesn't like to slave in the kitchen for hours. You make a big bowl and you have more than a few lunches and dinners for the entire family, well, as long as they like tuna. All you need is 2 cans of tuna in water, 4-5 boiled eggs, can of corn, jar of pickles, 2 cups of cooked pasta, fat free mayo, salt, and pepper. Cut the eggs and pickles into medium sized cubes, add the remaining ingredients, mix everything together, and voila, the salad is ready! I also like to add a teaspoon of soy sauce at the end, it gives the salad an interesting and naughty flavor.

   You can eat it with regular bread, wasa flat bread (as seen above), crackers or just by itself. It's good no matter what! If you don't want to eat it for next few days you can cut the recipe in half and it's still gonna be plenty.

Hope you like it.

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