This is great for incorporating more veggies in the traditional tuna sandwich. That said, even though I left out the celery you could barely taste the tuna. Either add an extra can or cut the veggie down to 1/4 each. Seasoning; I added both black pepper and garlic powder which simply disappeared as flavours. Make sure to generously season to taste with whatever herbs or spices you like, as well as some acidic like lemon juice or a mild vinegar (maybe even pickle juice!). i like the idea of adding horseradish for bite, but hubby-to-be wouldn't let me ;) I only use full fat mayo (sorry healthy peeps, it taste better and I'd rather just use less of it) but less, maybe 2-3 TBsps. at most. I processed it with an equal amount of sour cream (full fat, tastes better just use less) and two small avocados. Creamy deliciousness, but definitely add salt (I can hear y'all shuddering!) if you're using avocados because they need a just a bit to bring out their flavour. This is served great anyway you like- pita, tortilla, bakery buns, toast bread, etc. Add some lettuce and tomato and it's perfect-o! Oh, and this makes a ton. If you're trying to feed this to picky kiddies (or men) process the broccoli and cauliflower into tiny bits (not puree) to hide them. :)
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This is great for incorporating more veggies in the traditional tuna sandwich. That said, even...