Get a little Southwest flavor going tonight - it's as easy as finding your favorite taco ingredients, adding tuna and filling the tortillas.
Add a can of white beans to tuna and some fresh add-ins and you've got a heart-healthy zesty Mediterranean dish everyone can love.
Prepare for a Mardi Gras in your mouth. Make these tasty tuna burgers as mild or as atomically spicy as you like.
Get ready to channel the "old country" with this Italian favorite. Mix tuna with some veggies and 25 minutes later you've got a tasty Italian feast for the family.
This may just be the most delicious and fresh sandwich you'll ever have. It takes 20 minutes to prepare and 20 seconds to devour.
Pasta puttanesca is a spicy dish made up of tomatoes, anchovies, capers, red pepper flakes, garlic, olives and any pasta. Tuna covers the anchovy flavor well and brined green olives come close to capers without being so different that the kids turn their noses up at them. Throw it together with your favorite jarred pasta sauce and it's quick to cook as well.
A classic and delicious salad made even better with your favorite tuna. Also, try adding a little sugar to make the dressing sweeter.
Nothing quite better than a good pizza under the California sun with some fresh tuna. Not in California? This tuna will still knock your socks off.
Cutting back on grocery bills - without sacrificing nutrition or flavor - is as easy as preparing the foods most families already keep stocked in their kitchen pantries. A return to basic whole foods can be a healthful change in the way families eat. In addition to canned fruits and vegetables and whole grains like rice and pasta, I always keep plenty of canned seafood like tuna on hand.
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans name seafood among the handful of foods Americans should eat more of for heart and brain benefits.