canned tuna

Canned tuna is a great healthy stay-at-home food during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a guide to each type, from chunk light to oil-packed.
Vincenzo's Plate Tip: If the pasta is a little dry once served, drizzle a small amount of EVOO over the top. Method: 1. Boil
Canned or pouched tuna is a pantry staple for many reasons: It's packed with protein, it's inexpensive and it's wildly versatile
Skip the mayo and try something healthier and more delicious.
This not-canned tuna would be terrific, if inauthentic, in a salade niçoise.
Why you should give this pantry staple another try.
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You care about your fruits, vegetables and meats. But what about that can of tuna you're buying? Here are a list of facts
1 medium onion, peeled and quartered 2 cloves garlic, peeled 3 tablespoons capers in brine or salt, rinsed well and drained