Mmm, now I’m craving tuna fish. All piled high on a crisp Ritz cracker. Yum! Here’s a healthier version you might want to try next time you’re craving the yumminess: Use olive oil instead of mayonnaise. Add chopped celery, onions, and pickles as usual. When I make tuna fish, I like to switch things up: Sometimes I use mayo, sometimes olive oil. Sometimes I use celery, onions, and pickles, and sometimes I just go with onions only.
It’d be really tough to mess tuna fish up.
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I’ve got tuna fish on the brain so much now, it’s all I can think about, so bear with me. My mom once made a delicious Chef-Boy-Ardee pizza with only one ingredient – you guessed it, flaked tuna fish. At first, I told her that, under no conditions was I going to eat any of that whacky pizza. But when I saw my dad brave it, I decided to give it a try. I promise you, it was delicious!