Fishin’ For Compliments
Although I really don’t love tuna fish and I can’t stand Jessica Simpson, I do see the need to eat healthful tuna fish every once in a while, especially with beach season in full force. And keeping with the “health” aspect, mayo performs a disappearing act in this tangy tuna fish salad.
Dirty Dijon Tuna Fish Salad
Drain liquid from one can of tuna fish and drop in large bowl, add: Dijon mustard, dirty/spicy mustard, prepared horseradish, squirt of lemon juice, sprinkle of mustard seeds, celery salt, lemon pepper seasoning salt, minced garlic, dried oregano, chopped scallions and kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper – lots.
Mash together; adjust for personal taste. I like mine very mustardy.
Scoop mixture over baby spinach leaves, tossed with diced red onion and quartered cherry tomatoes and just a dash of evoo.