3 Fresh Uses for Canned Tuna (That Aren’t a Sandwich)
Canned tuna has come a long way since the mayo-laden sandwiches of our youth. Look for great-tasting, sustainably caught tuna right at your local grocery store—no special ordering necessary. Check the label for “pole and line caught” (or “pole caught”) and the blue Marine Stewardship Council seal, two good signs you’ve chosen an environmentally friendly variety.
You’ll be making this riff on a tuna Nicoise all summer long. Use whatever short pasta shape you prefer. If you’re using oil-packed tuna, be sure to drizzle some of the flavorful oil over the salad.
Get the recipe: Tuna-Orecchiette Salad
Tuna Cakes With Rémoulade
Whip up these easy tuna cakes when you’re in need of some quick protein. Serve them on a bed of crunchy greens or atop a toasted bun.
Get the recipe: Tuna Cakes With Rémoulade
Pumpernickel and Tuna Toasts
A sophisticated canapé from a can of tuna? You bet. Salty with capers and cream cheese, these toasts are as good for entertaining as they are for solo breakfasts eaten over the sink.
Get the recipe: Pumpernickel and Tuna Toasts