This makes a nice summer lunch or brunch served on toasted granary bread or a bagel.
This tuna salad benefits from the addition of celery, olives, almonds and capers in addition mayo and lemon juice. It's a flavourful sandwich filling, or serve with your favourite salad greens.
This flavour-packed tuna salad is sweet, fruity and spicy. Tuna is mixed with pineapple and cashews in a sweet curried mayonnaise. Use as a sandwich filler, spread on crackers or with jacket potatoes.
This tuna dish is simple to make and tastes fantastic. Tuna is mixed with eggs, onion, red pepper, olives, celery, pickles and seasonings. This salad creates the most flavoursome sandwiches. It's also great spread on crackers.
This is a great way of making use of any leftover salmon. Smoked salmon, baked salmon, butter and dill are blitzed together. Spread on crackers, crostini or canapes. It also makes a fantastic sandwich filler.
A wonderfully creamy and well-flavoured tuna salad, which is fantastic served with crackers, crostini or crusty bread. You can also use it as a sandwich filler.
This is a delicious salad to serve as an appetiser. Enjoy with crackers, crostini or crusty bread. It also makes a great sandwich filler.
This is a Mexican-inspired salad, which is packed full of protein. It's easy to make and everyone will love it. Tuna is mixed with red onion, peppers, black beans, chillies, mayonnaise, cumin, coriander and salsa verde. It's the perfect sandwich filler.
This salad tastes much better with freshly boiled new potatoes that are still warm but it's also a great way to use up any leftover potatoes. It makes a filling packed lunch or light evening meal. You can double or treble the quantities if you are serving more than 2 people.
I serve this on a bed of lettuce or in a wrap. I love its fresh Mediterranean flavour.
This salmon salad recipe is light and delicious. It's made with extra light mayonnaise, low fat yoghurt, celery, capers and salmon. Enjoy as is or spread thickly on crusty bread.
This is like a luxury version of your typical tuna sandwich filler. Tuna steak combines with crab meat and hard boiled eggs, which is dressed in mayonnaise and flavoured with dill, lemon pepper and gherkin relish. Serve on toasted bread with green salad, or in a tortilla wrap.
Just five ingredients stand between you and an awesome sandwich filler. Tuna is mixed with mayonnaise, lemon juice, celery and sweet pickle relish. It also does well served with crackers or crostini.
A very light tuna salad made without mayonnaise, which is perfect as a sandwich filler or served atop a crisp green salad. Walnuts or pistachios work as well as pecans.
Whether as a light lunch, summer dinner or quick pasta salad for a picnic or barbecue, this tuna pasta salad couldn't be yummier or easier to put together. Simply mix tinned tuna with cooked macaroni, mayonnaise, onion, seasoning and herbs; chill, and you're ready to go!
Puff pastry parcels are stuffed with a seasoned salmon mixture and cheese, before being baked to perfection. These pastries can be made smaller for party nibbles.
I found this recipe in a cookbook and played around with it some. Now it's the only way my family will eat tuna! In the warmer weather my girls request weekly and I usually mix up an extra large batch to keep on hand for them to snack on. Even friends who normally don't like tuna can't stop eating it!!
This tuna empanada is a popular Spanish snack - enjoyed anytime, anywhere. It's easy to make and delicious!
This pate combines the health benefits of oily fish and nuts, a combination which goes surprisingly well together. It can be eaten as a lunch or snack on bread or toast and takes minutes to prepare from canned fish. Sardines or any other oily fish could be substituted for mackerel.
A delicious spread made by combining cream cheese, soured cream, double cream, lemon pepper, dill, spring onions and smoked salmon. Serve with crackers, crostini or crusty bread.