It had been hectic for the past three months, we have been super busy with work, immigration stuff, and of course having surgery and medical appointments are not fun at all. Everything just had been super crazy for the three of us. Today, I finally have time to sit down and realize that I have not been good about posting. It’s exactly like it sounds, when you have so many things going on at the same time, the last thing you will want to do is to sit down at the dining table, pull out your laptop, having a cup of nice tea and start writing again. To be honest, all those things probably sounded pretty good at that time, and they probably crossed my mind, I just told them to wait a little while longer every time they pay me a visit.
After the surgery, I took a couple days off, and since I wasn’t at work, I had some time to myself. While I was scrolling through my photo album, I saw this photo of a bowl of tuna salad. This is one of the easiest tuna salad I have ever made. Of course I can’t take all the credit for this tuna salad, the first time I had this tuna salad was made by a friend of mine that actually doesn’t cook at all (forgive me if I am wrong).
When I first came back to the Midwest after spending sometime at the West Coast my friend and I both would spent time at the coffee shop, followed by movies, and this would always be our dinner. I could definitely eat this dish couple days in a row, it’s super refreshing, especially after a busy day when you do not actually have time to make dinner. This also serves as a great snack, something to tie you over until your morning coffee and breakfast.
Lets moved on to the recipe. I promise you these ingredients will probably already be in your refrigerator. Notice that I do not have the ingredient measured out for this recipe because this is probably the one and only recipe you do not need to measure, you literally just eye-ball everything , place them in a bowl and mix it up.
- 1 can of Starkist Chunck Light Tuna
- 1 can of Bumble Bee Fancy White Crab Meat
- Bell peppers (any color of your choice)
- Celery Hearts (Diced)
- Carrots (Diced)
- Cucumber (Diced)
- Serrano pepper
- Chili flakes
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Drained excessive water from the tuna and crab meat, placed them in a large bowl.
- Diced all the vegetables, mixed in with the tuna, crab meat and chili flakes. Mix well before you add in the condiments.
- Add in Mayonnaise and Sriracha (the amount of Sriracha depends on how spicy you would like it to be, I would start with a two tablespoons.)
- Season it with salt and pepper to taste.
Depending on the amount of mayonnaise you use in this recipe, this dish can be pretty healthy if you do not drench the salad with mayonnaise. I hope you guys enjoy this recipe, it is definitely one of the recipes that could bring me back to my happy time.