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Chef Qui highlighted October’s seasonal ingredient, the raspberry, in his Raspberry Albacore Crudo. The lightly seared tuna is drizzled with vinaigrette making it sweet and tangy.
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Jambalaya, the classic Cajun one-dish meal, is a spicy combination of rice and tomatoes flavored with meat, poultry or seafood. According to the Acadian Dictionary, the word "Jambalaya" comes from the French word "jambon" (meaning ham) and the ...
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Chef Angie S.
Ok, when you annouce that your having Tuna casserole to the family, they usually smirk and crinkle their noses, right? Well, I developed this recipe to overt the usual "uugh, can I eat something else". So as to fool my kids, I jazzed up the original verision and came up with this one, and it is very good! I never use chunky light tuna, as I can not stomache the smell or texture. I buy the albacore canned tuna from Costco. It's firm has a mild flavor and low aroma. Hope you enjoy this! Also, if your one who like a topping on your casserole, just make a bread crumb or crushed cornflake topping and bake in the oven for 15 min @ 350 degrees. I'll put the crumb topping recipe here for you as well.
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Recipe Circus
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BakinBaby
Mrs. Dash seasoning is so fun to experiement with. This simple tuna sandwich gets a unique kick with the addition of Mrs. Dash original seasoning. Bread can be toasted or served plain, with or without additional mayonnise.
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chefmeow
ALBACORE LASAGNA This recipe came from an estate sale. I obtained it when I purchased the family collection from the Pryor Estate in Grapevine, Texas in 1996.
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Bouchon Santa Barbara
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jrowlan3
A twist on the tuna sandwich that is sure to call your name.
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southern chef in louisiana
This chowder is a thick, rich soup with chunks of tuna and vegetables. Prepackaged tuna makes it super easy.
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SaltNPepper
It is a healthy alternative to mayonaise based casserole . It is quick and easy to make for a heat at work lunch Adapted from Eating for Life p121.
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Manami
My friend, Niurka, gave me this recipe. She serves it with my Seasoned Party Pitas #146950 and uses any of the variations.
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WildLime
This is a family recipe that originally came from my Aunt Gloria, a wonderful hostess and great cook. This spread is a little different from ordinary tuna spread and is great served with crackers or used as a filling for tea sandwiches.
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