|by Victoria Lloyd-Davies|
Tomatoes can be thinly sliced for salads, tu rned into a topping for pizza and made into soups or dips.
1 - 10 of 201 for tuna bowl
Prepare macaroni and ... spread. Add mayonnaise, tuna, bacon, hard ... hours. Spoon into a lettuce lined bowl and garnish with additional bacon if desired.
Sieve 1 egg ... and white. Break tuna into chunks, sprinkle ... of Cream Puff bowl with lettuce fill ... oven door closed and let puff dry out 20 minutes.
Sieve 1 egg ... Mix eggs with tuna, celery, onion, ... with lettuce. Fill with tuna salad. Garnish with egg wedges and sieved yolk. Sprinkle with paprika.
1. Sieve 1 ... Mix eggs with tuna, celery, onions, ... with egg wedges and sieved yolk. Sprinkle with paprika. For 2 servings, half the ingredients. Bake.
About 30 minutes ... have the popover bowl all baked. Place ... wedges. Pour mixture on top of the lettuce. Garnish with egg wedges and sprinkle with paprika.
Take lettuce chopped into bowl. Cut up ... set aside. Drain tuna. Add to ... wanted eggs and radishes sliced on top. Serve with garlic bread or crackers.
This simple show-stopper ... canned chicken, turkey, tuna or ham into flakes in a mixing bowl. Add the ... lettuce-like tombstones in a graveyard. Servings: 12
Toss tuna with 1 tablespoon lemon juice and dill. Set aside. Beat well. Toss. Mix all well. Chill until ready to serve.
Boil macaroni; drain and cool. Drain tuna. Mix macaroni ... taste. Decorate with wedges of tomato and egg on a bed of lettuce. This packs well to a pot luck.
Break up lettuce. Arrange in salad bowl with alternate layers ... and remaining ingredients together with fork. Add to salad. Toss well. Makes 6 servings.
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