Asian-Inspired Tuna Salad

Asian-Inspired Tuna Salad

I was trying to come up with an easy, cheap, high-protein dish that I could meal prep for school lunches this week when tuna fish popped into my mind. I’m a big fan of tuna fish. I like it with mayo and pickles. I don’t even need bread, I can just eat it straight out of a bowl. But I wanted to spice things up a bit, and so I did quite literally with Sriracha in this Asian-inspired tuna salad. I put a scoop of this rocking combo over a bed of arugula each day for my lunch, but it would also be good with crackers, in a wrap, in a panini, or in any other imaginable form!

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Jalapeño Tuna Cakes

Jalapeño Tuna Cakes

These Jalapeño Tuna Cakes are so good! They are pretty quick and cheap to make, just like my popular Dill Tuna Cakes. You probably have a bunch of the ingredients in your pantry already! This is also something you can meal prep and reheat for lunches all week. My biggest tip for these is to make sure there is enough binder (egg & flour/almond meal) and not too much extra liquid from the tuna and Greek yogurt, otherwise they fall apart in the pan and you just get a jalapeño tuna skillet, which is still good! Just not the shape you were going for. Give these a try!

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