Tinned tuna makes a great budget-friendly topping for a baked-potato. This recipe adds cheese and spring onions for an extra melty finish, perfect for a comforting midweek meal.
This simple Italian pasta recipe with SunBlush tomatoes, capers and black olives makes for an easy storecupboard dinner ready in 15 minutes.
This is the perfect tinned tuna recipe when you are wanting to use up that store cupboard essentials. Simply boil and drain spaghetti before adding tinned tuna, capers, chilli, red onion, garlic and herbs. To give this dish an individual touch, add spices and herbs of your own choice.
This protein-packed salad is a quick and easy midweek meal. It’s ready in just 10 minutes and is also healthy, at only 321 calories per serving. Make double the amount to eat later or to feed the family. It will taste better the next day as the tuna will have marinated in the dressing… just leave out the rocket until you’re ready to eat it. If you don’t like red onion, you could add sweetcorn, spring onions, or even peas, instead.
Love jacket potatoes? This recipe uses tuna, spring onion, celery and sour cream to create a delicious baked jacket potato. It's really easy to make and perfect for when you're short on time.
A quick and simple pasta dish with tuna, lemon, red onion and dill. Add some chilli or a tablespoon of drained capers for an extra kick. This would make a great fresh pasta salad too, if you mix the salad with cooked and cooled short pasta such as fusilli or farfalle. A delicious way to use up storecupboard ingredients.
Fishcakes = the ultimate comfort food. Squeeze over plenty of lemon juice and serve with a parsley, cucumber and caper salad.
Put tuna, butter, cream and lemon zest in a food processor and blend. Season the mixture and place it in a cling-filmed tin. Leave the mixture in a fridge to cool overnight, and serve the next day with hot toast, olives and capers; the perfect weekend recipe to impress the family using few ingredients. More pâté recipes here…
Grilled tuna melts are super comforting. This recipe is ready in under 30 minutes, perfect for a midweek pick-me-up.
For an easy, nutritious way to feed the family using minimal ingredients, try our tuna, sweet potato and gruyère melt.
Ready in 15 minutes, these cheat’s pizzas are great for a snack. Crusty ciabatta is topped with sweet roasted red peppers, flaky tuna and melted mozzarella. You could add a few sliced peppadew peppers for a sweet and spicy mix, black olives, or capers – whatever you have in the fridge!
Check out this vibrant tuna salad. If you can’t get hold of edamame, double-podded broad beans or sliced mangetout would work well instead.
Perk up your lunch with this easy way to top your bagels. All you need is a tin of tuna, mayo, spring onions, capers, cornichons and parsley.