Top Rated Canned Tuna Recipes

Pan Bagnat
This crusty sandwich from the South of France tastes even better when you let it sit for a while so that the olive oil and red wine vinegar seep into the bread. You can use basil instead of dill, or experiment with adding anchovies, red onion, cucumber, or any other ingredients that call to you.
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Pita Pockets
Pita pockets stuffed full of brain-powering tuna make a great mid-week lunch.This recipe is courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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4.5
Butter Bean Salad
In less than 20 minutes, this beautiful, protein-packed salad will be ready to eat.This recipe is courtesy of Food and Wine.
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Tuna-Stuffed Tomatoes
This dish travels well, can be eaten cold or at room temperature, is a delicious finger food, children can even help their parents to make them the night before (perhaps by filling up the tomatoes), and they have good nutritional value, too. See all tomato recipes. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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Mediterranean Tuna Cold Plate
This delicious sampling of hearty, Mediterranean flavors is a satisfying lunch you won’t believe you pulled together in a matter of minutes!
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Pasta With Tuna and Tomato Cream Sauce
Make this pasta dish to feed the kids on those busy evenings. Swap the regular spaghetti for whole-wheat for an even healthier meal.This recipe is courtesy of Maya Kitchenette.
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Tuna Noodle Casserole
This is my absolute, without a doubt, favorite food of all time. My mother made it for me on a weekly basis growing up and I have continued to make it for myself as often as possible since leaving her loving nest. It's comfort food at its most comforting and I love it. I adapted my mother's recipe to make it a lactose-free experience, without sacrificing any taste! Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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3.25
It may be a bit of a stretch to call this dish a casserole — it's not baked and it's not made in a traditional casserole dish — but that's what I grew up calling it. This no-bake tuna casserole was a staple in my house growing up (and it's still a favorite to this day), and it's the epitome of comfort food. Noodles, cheese, green peas, and tuna — doesn't get much easier (or delicious!) than that. I've made this version a tiny bit healthier by subbing in whole-grain penne and nonfat milk, but feel free to go for full-on comfort food if you want! Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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Canned Tuna Sandwich
OK, maybe I actually used fancy oil-packed tuna for this recipe, but canned tuna works just as well. If you decide to buy tuna stored in water, then you'll probably want to add a tablespoon or two of oil to the recipe below.  This open-faced sandwich is light, crunchy, and gets a mild hint of spice from the chile flakes. Feel free to top it with another piece of bread if you wish, but then make sure that both slices are thin so it doesn't overpower the main ingredients inside.  Click here for 8 Sweet and Savory Sandwiches. 
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Parsley Vinaigrette
I love bean salads with parsley. Parsley vinaigrette makes this simple salad of marinated white beans and tuna come to life. Crisp, tasty, and light, the salad makes a wonderful lunch salad or a small tapas sharing dish. If you want to really flex your cooking muscles, throw in some quick-cured lemons and you’ll be amazed at how this salad sings. Click here for the Preserved Tuna recipe. See all salad recipes. Click here to see Seamus Mullen Shares His Hero Food.
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