Tuna Crunch Toast
Tuna crunch is probably my favourite sandwich filling, its full of protein and veggies and only takes 5 minutes to whip up before its ready to go in a great low calorie sandwich, on toast or even as a thick dip for chunky veggies.
You can pre cook fresh tuna for this recipe or you can use canned like I have, just make sure you choose tuna in spring water to keep this recipe oil free. Drain and empty 1 can into a bowl.
Chop up one whole spring onion, you can use two if they're particularly small. I like to cut down the onion lengthways keeping it attached at the top and then chop widthways to get nice small pieces. Dice a 1/3 of a pepper, you can use any colour, here I used orange. Red peppers are the sweetest and green peppers have a more bitter taste that is usually better suited to cooking. Add this into the tuna along with a good crack of black pepper and 1 tablespoon of light mayonnaise. Sorry, I don't yet have a recipe for that but I'm working on it!
Mix it all together and your Tuna crunch is ready. Serve on toast or in a sandwich with salad. Also goes great in a cheese toastie!
170kcal per portion
♥ 1 can of tuna (100g drained)
♥ 1 spring onion
♥ 1/3 pepper
♥ black pepper to taste
♥ 1 tablespoon light mayo
1. Drain the can of tuna and add it to a bowl
2. Chop up the pepper and onion into very small chunks and add to the tuna
3. Add mayonnaise and a crack of black pepper and mix well
4. Spread your Tuna crunch onto a slice of wholemeal toast and enjoy!