|Soy Protein: What You Need to Know|
|by Mary Carol McMann|
An informative guide to the importance of soy protein in reducing the risk of coronary heart disease and other major disorders.
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Melt butter or ... minute, until thickened. Add drained tuna and peas and heat thoroughly, without boiling. Ladle over toast on plate or bowl and serve warm.
Melt butter and ... thick and smooth. Add salt and pepper and canned tuna. Serve hot on squares of toast. This recipe may also be used with chipped beef.
Heat oven to ... gently pushing down. Toast until light brown. ... 1 can white tuna. Add the ... dish, sprinkle a little parsley on to garnish it. Serves 6.
In large skillet, ... becomes thickened. Add tuna and peas, mix ... minutes, then serve the tuna mixture on top of rice or toast if you choose. Serves 4 to 6.
Boil eggs. Cover ... harden. Heat together on low heat 2 cans tuna, 1 can cream of celery soup, ... with other mixture. Toast 2 pieces of toast. Spoon mixture over toast.
Heat butter in ... and bubbly. Add tuna. Toast 6 slices of bread and butter. Place on plate and pour tuna mixture over toast. Serve with salad and vegetables.
Combine first 3 ... until thick and creamy. Salt and pepper to taste. Drain tuna and add to saucepan. Stir until well blended and serve over warm toast.
Make white sauce in double boiler; add tuna, pimento and parsley. Season to taste and serve on toast.
Melt butter in ... boil, stirring constantly. Cool for 1 minute. Stir in tuna fish; serve over toast. (A quick nutritious meal for a busy, working mom.)
Melt butter - ... smooth. Add milk (a little at a time) over low heat - stir. Bring to a boil and then add other ingredients. Serve over toast. Quick and easy!
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