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How to make an easy tuna pasta salad 

I don't know about you but I absolutely love tuna fish.  I could really eat tuna every single day, especially because it is extremely easy to prepare and it is a pantry item.  Tuna has 22 grams of protein per cup.  Some of the benefits of tuna fish are its ability to reduce cardiovascular disorder. It stimulates growth and development and lowers blood and cholesterol levels. 


If you want a light easy meal try a tuna pasta salad.  This recipe has even more protein because it is made with boiled eggs.  You can adjust the amount of mayonnaise if you are watching the calories.  You can use the pasta of your choice or no pasta at all.  That's the beauty of tuna, you can add and subtract whatever you like and you will still enjoy a tasty, nutritious and light meal in no time at all.  

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Sriracha Sauce

Grab a couple of large cans of tuna, drain and put in a bowl.  Boil a few eggs and get your pasta ready as directed on the package.  Chop up your scallions and add to the bowl.  Add some relish to your bowl

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Crack Slaw warming up

Mix the tuna, cooled eggs seasonings, relish and scallions well.  Add your desired amount of mayonnaise.  Add your cooked cooled pasta.  Mix well.  This is the time you want to taste it.  Add any other spice or as much mayonnaise as you would like and enjoy your nutritious meal.

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