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My Zingy 3-Ingredient Tuna 'Mayo' Recipe


My 3-Ingredient Tuna "Mayo" Recipe
Zingy 3 Ingredient Tuna (or Salmon) Mayo Recipe


My Zingy 3-Ingredient Tuna 'Mayo' Recipe


Do you struggle with tuna? Me to. Give this a go and let me know what you think. I find it SO much nicer than any plain tuna or store bought version. In fact... I don't touch the latter.


In fact, here's a little insight into your beloved SeaLord Tuna Mayo Can:

Tuna (53%), Mayonnaise (47%) (Water, Soybean Oil, Vinegar, Sugar, Egg Yolk , Skim Milk Powder, Thickeners (1442, 415), Salt)


It's not the dream!


Revolutionise your tuna experience with this simple, clean, and delicious homemade tuna "mayo". Say goodbye to the lengthy and questionable ingredient lists of store-bought versions and hello to a healthier, zestier alternative that's perfect as a salad topper, dip, or protein-packed snack.


So, My Zingy 3-Ingredient Tuna "Mayo" Recipe - let's get into it!





Ingredients


No ingredient volumes? What's going on!


This is the case with many of my recipes and it's because I want you to use your common sense, intuition and own personal preferences.


  • Canned Tuna (or Salmon): Choose a high-quality canned tuna for the best flavour and texture. You can opt for tuna in water or olive oil, depending on your preference.

  • Greek Yogurt or Cream Cheese: Greek yoghurt offers a lighter, tangier texture, while cream cheese provides a thicker, creamier consistency. Both are excellent choices, so select based on your desired outcome.

  • Lemon Juice: A squeeze of fresh lemon juice adds a zesty, refreshing twist to the tuna "mayo", elevating the flavours beautifully.


Optional (but delicious) Extras

  • Black Pepper: A sprinkle of black pepper can add a subtle heat and depth to the mix.

  • Mustard: A dash of mustard can introduce a tangy and slightly spicy flavour, enhancing the overall taste.

  • Herbs: Feel free to add your favourite herbs like dill, parsley, or chives for an aromatic touch.


Instructions

  1. Drain the Tuna or Salmon: Open your can of tuna and thoroughly drain the liquid. Transfer the tuna to a mixing bowl.

  2. Add Greek Yogurt or Cream Cheese: For a lighter version, add an appropriate amount of Greek yoghurt to the tuna, mixing until you reach your desired consistency. For a creamier version, use cream cheese instead.

  3. Lemon Juice: Squeeze in fresh lemon juice to taste. Start with a small amount and increase according to your preference.

  4. Season and Enhance: If using, add black pepper, mustard, and/or herbs. Mix well to combine all the flavours.

  5. Taste and Adjust: Give your tuna "mayo" a taste. Adjust the lemon juice, pepper, mustard, or herbs as needed.

Serving Suggestions

  • As a Salad Topper: Scoop a generous amount on top of your favourite salad for a protein boost.

  • As a Dip: Serve with vegetable sticks, crackers, or pita chips for a satisfying snack.

  • On Its Own: Enjoy a bowl of this tuna "mayo" as a quick and healthy snack.


Conclusion


This 3-ingredient tuna "mayo" is not just easy to make but also offers a healthier, more nutritious alternative to store-bought versions. Its versatility makes it a fantastic addition to various meals. Will you give it a try? Let the simplicity and taste of this recipe transform your tuna meals into something special!


You can find this recipe and more like it in our Recipe Guide eBook...




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