Tuna never looks good in an envelope
Basically, this is a ready-made tuna salad. As the package says, “Enjoy in lettuce wraps or straight from the pouch.” The idea of room-temperature rice and beans gave me pause. I’ve always had rice and beans warm. But this was an experiment. I decided to try it their way. I didn’t have any lettuce so I just ate it as is.
Should’ve cleaned my nails before taking this photo
I wondered what it would taste like mixed with mayo, like some other types of tuna salad. That mellowed it a bit. And the bread damped the fire a little more. But yeah, good stuff—if you like tuna. And extreme spiciness. I do. Are the veggies and spices enough to make tuna haters change their mind? Mmmm, who knows?
you really are an adventurer. But I have to admit that I would never be adventurous enough to eat canned tamales because I am much too fond of tamales to have that memory lingering in my mind. Right up there in the nasty category with vienna sausages and canned spinach.ReplyDelete
Vienna sausages will be reviewed soon.Delete
I'm a tuna lover but a bean and spice hater so, "No, thanks."ReplyDelete
Vienna sausage sliced over green beans and heated then a couple eggs stirred in--a recipe a distant family member once invented when eating from what was available in the pantry and fridge. It became a family staple when I was a kid.