I used radish in it, no capers, no rosemary and put it into lettuce leaves with extra parsley and toast points. Absolutely going to be one of our staple recipes to be made again and again. No need for cayenne, just salt and pepper.
Mediterranean Tuna Antipasto Salad for Two
Capers, red onion and fresh herbs give canned tuna and beans a light, fresh taste. Here we serve the tuna salad on a bed of greens. It also works well stuffed into a pita for a sandwich. Give it some extra kick with a pinch of crushed red pepper or cayenne. Serve with olive bread.
5 Reviews for Mediterranean Tuna Antipasto Salad for Two
Delicious and even better if the tuna mixture is made ahead so the flavors can mingle. I make it a meal by topping each serving with a hard boiled egg, quartered and 1/2 tomato, quartered. One can also vary the herbs. Lemon thyme is delightful with the tuna.
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