Hummus is one of the more underrated snacks in the entire roster of foods. Most people (myself included) serve it with chips or pretzels during gatherings with people, meanwhile, I just buy it because I love it. Just yesterday, I finished devouring the pretzels I had on my kitchen shelf which led me ponder the question: “What should I do with the remaining hummus I have?” So today I fixed up a delicious and healthy homemade tuna salad recipe that I wanted to share with others.
I didn’t take any measurements for this recipe. You can just add the amount of whichever ingredient you like more of. All of the vegetables were diced very thin and in squares, but if you like things on the chunky side, so be it. Here is a list of everything I used and blended together to make this dish:
Starkest canned tuna
A fresh lemon
Cedars original hummus
After making combining the ingredients, I toasted two slices of whole wheat bread and applied the mix after placing a bed of fresh kale underneath. If it really floats your boat, you can use spinach, too. For an extra kick, throw a small dash of paprika on the tuna mixture before placing the other slice of bread on top.
So next time you throw a party and you or a significant other accidentally buys hummus, you can try this recipe instead of throwing the remains away or letting it sit inside of your refrigerator.
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