Tuna Salad Sandwich with Cheese, lettuce and Tomatoes
The Sugary Tip To Remove A Fishy Taste In Tuna Salad
To prevent the strong fish flavor of your tuna salad from overpowering the other ingredients, add a spoonful of sugar to the mix. This will diminish the more pungent flavors.
Similar to the way that incorporating sweet relish into tuna-based recipes can give a tangy kick, adding sugar to tuna can help brighten up all the flavors.
If you don't like canned tuna, sprinkle a bit of sugar on the next fish filet you make at home. This will yield a crispy yet moist result.
You can also try using brown sugar to bring a warm, caramelized sweetness to your tuna salad. If you're trying to avoid sugar in your diet, opt for a drizzle of molasses instead.