This Tuna Salad is infused with fresh cucumber for a light melon addition to this deli staple. It is then topped on a cucumber boat for a delish no-bread snack option.
Introduction to Tuna Salad in Cucumber Boats.
Hi loves! I know that I have been somewhat MIA – no post last week – but I’m very excited to be back and sharing my tuna cucumber app, specifically for my vegeterian foodies. The inspiration to add different ingredients to my tuna came from a few brunches in Ireland. Have you had their tuna salad?! My sis and I had a go-to deli when I studied abroad and they served a tuna salad wrap with corn and tomato relish and it was baller. So, here is my rendition!
Big things going on last week and I have been discovering a new area of Chicago: Gold Coast. Along with trying different restaurants and experimenting in my kitchen (with my brand-new spice rack and knives), I’ve added to my No-Chip Series with this app.
What makes Tuna Salad in Cucumber Boats THE BEST.
- So easy to make – but does take some hand work. If you know how to scoop, you’re in.
- You’ll be able to check off your daily fruits and veggies: cucumber, craisins, red onion, celery and more cukes!
- This is a big move in the history of tuna; the cucumber adds a fresh taste that changes boring ‘ol tuna to tuna party time.
Tuna Salad in Cucumber Boats is perfect for any party app.
The Jolly Hostess twist this week takes an experimental tuna salad with cranberry and cucumber on top of cucumber boats. This is a versatile easy and dish for snacks, summer picnics, concerts on the lawn, kids’ baseball games or day-drinking parties – this healthy app with a crunch is for it all. And try to just have one!
Love cucumbers? Make sure to read about my Minted Cucumber Martini too.
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