Food - Drink
The Best Type Of Condiment To Spice Up Canned Tuna
By SHAYE GLISSON
Tuna is one of the leanest proteins available, and it's packed with nutrients, and chances are, you have a few cans of tuna stashed away in the back of your pantry. Fortunately, there's a new way to elevate that can of fish, and we aren't referring to mayo.
According to Bon Appétit, practically any spreadable condiment, such as mayonnaise, harissa, yuzu kosho, and Dijon mustard, can change a can of tuna. They recommend adding anything sweet, sour, spicy, or aromatic, and include preserved pickles, relishes, capers, chopped jalapenos, and chili flakes as excellent additions.
Garlic Delight adds its unique spin to tuna by suggesting making a tuna base with Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, or crème fraîche, as well as lemon juice or olive oil for a non-dairy version. Toppings such as herbs, nuts, onion, garlic, and grapes give that tuna the crunch you crave.