HEALTHY and BENEFICIAL!
1 can Tuna in Water, drained
– 1/4tsp McCormick’s Montreal Steak Seasoning
1/2c Crab (Optional)
3/4c Mandarin Oranges
1-2T of REAL Bacon Bits
1/4c Beet, Grated (These can get messy!)
1c Cucumber, matchstick cut
3/4c Red Onions, sliced thin
Grated Parmesan Cheese (Optional, I forgot)
Lettuce/Spinach to desired amount
Seasoned Texas Croutons
1.5tsp Kikkoman’s Wasabi Sauce
1.5T Balsamic Vinegar
1/2T Soy Sauce
1/4tsp Sesame Oil
1/4tsp Lemon Juice (100% Fridge Kind)
1/2T Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1T Organic Grade B Maple Syrup (Benefits- USE!)
1/16tsp Sea Salt
Drain Tuna. Stir in McCormick’s Montreal Steak Season. Allow to set some and Marinade while prep rest. Premix Sauce, set aside. Cut up Rest (To your desired taste). Toss in Bowl Serve up and drizzle a little Dressing and add a few Croutons. Enjoy!
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I used a lil more than 1/2 jar Miracle Whip
1tsp TO 1+1/4tsp Lawry’s Seasonal Salt
1-1.5T Dill Pickle Juice from pickle jar. *SEE NOTES
1/8 tsp Onion Powder
MIX ABOVE INGREDIENTS Then set on top:
1.5c Shredd. Cheddar Cheese (Save some for topping presentation- 1/2c)
1c Frozen Peas
About 2c uncooked Macaroni Noodles, cooked hour before eating
2 cans Tuna, drained (1 hr. prior to eating. KEEP IN CANS TIL THEN!)
I premade sauce morning of use. Keep in fridge. About 1.5 hour prior to eating, cook noodles. Rinse noodles in cold water, drain well. Mix together sauce with tuna (Drained). EYEBALL adding noodles into sauce, to consistency desired. Toss rest of noodles. I always have it a little saucy, as it’ll sit an hour and absorb some. Top with rest of cheese. Place into fridge.
*NOTES: I didn’t have pickle juice from the jar, what we usually use, so improvised with vinegar and dill. 1/2 tsp Dill Weed and 2 tsp White Vinegar. Works very well in a pinch. Just allow the sauce to sit and marinade at least a few hours, prior to adding it to noodles.
Recipe for Chicken Pictured Above:
Favorite BBQ Season Pkt. (Marinade- Grill Mates Texas BBQ kind!)
Favorite BBQ Sauce
Add legs to plastic bag, add in seasoning, allow to thaw- Mixing around. Grill legs. Close to being done, smoother with BBQ sauce, flip and repeat on other side. Allow each side to thicken. Serve.
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Tagged appetizer, game day recipe, grilling, salad, side dish, tuna