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Tangy Tuna

Rated as 2.83 out of 5 Stars
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"This recipe might not seem like a side dish, but for my family it is because we don't eat any meat. It is very good--try it!"
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Ingredients

15 m servings 211
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 serving)

Directions

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  1. Place tuna in a medium saucepan and pour water over it, then sprinkle with onion powder and garlic powder. Lay onion rings on top. Cover the pan and simmer about 5 minutes, or until cooked through.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 211 calories; 1.3 14.9 34.3 38 70 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Holy hay... Love, love, love this dish!! I am a nut for canned tuna anyway(actually I use the pouches now!) and I always have it on hand. I used to just eat it plain with a little s&p, but thi...

Most helpful critical review

Sorry, this is a poor preparation even for canned tuna. Also, to clear up some confusion, there's no such thing as a vegetarian who eats seafood, because vegetarians don't eat the meat of any an...

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Sorry, this is a poor preparation even for canned tuna. Also, to clear up some confusion, there's no such thing as a vegetarian who eats seafood, because vegetarians don't eat the meat of any an...

I did not like this, even though I love onions and tuna. And BTW tuna is meat

I didn't care for this recipe at all... if anything it only brought out the fishiness of the tuna.

This was okay - I ate it all, but it was just kind of an odd recipe; I wasn't entirely sure the contributor was serious about this. I made it exactly as written, except for the cooking time. I u...

It was ok

This recipe can turn out pretty good but ONLY IF YOU CHANGE THE METHOD OF COOKING. Skip the water/poaching method -- that's just weird. What you need to do is saute the onion in some butter unti...

"Hollybear" tuna may be considered as meat to *some* people, but many vegeterians eat seafood. Like the creator of this recipe, and ME.

Holy hay... Love, love, love this dish!! I am a nut for canned tuna anyway(actually I use the pouches now!) and I always have it on hand. I used to just eat it plain with a little s&p, but thi...