10 Ideas For Canned Tuna That Every Camper Must Try
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In 2012, Americans ate a whopping 751 million pounds of canned tuna!
Besides being a staple of school lunches, canned tuna is a favorite camping food. This is because it’s relatively cheap, easy to carry and doesn’t require refrigeration.
However, when we can tuna, it loses its strong fish taste. Unfortunately, this means it doesn’t have much of any flavor.
Which means if you open up a can of tuna and don’t add any seasonings, it’s bland. Not very appealing.
But there are many ways to tune up that tuna. Even if you’re on a camping trip with limited supplies.
We have compiled a list of 10 desirable recipes.
1) BBQ Tuna In A Can
A popular and cool camping trick is to use the oil in your tuna can as a portable stove.
But make sure that you bring tuna packed in oil!
2) Tuna Lettuce Wraps
These wraps are a great way to have a tuna sandwich without the bread. Or without having to make a traditional salad.
3) Tuna Sushi
This sushi is perfect when you feel the need to get fancy out in the bush.
4) Fancy Tuna Salad
Speaking of getting fancy, scan down this forum post for a “fancy” tuna salad.
5) Fake Waldorf Tuna Sandwich
Yet another fancy meal. Proving that just because you’re camping, that doesn’t mean you have to eat boring.
6) Tuna Curry With Rice
If you want some Indian cuisine while on the trail then try this dish.
7) Tuna Pasta Salad
A classic dish for your next camping trip.
8) Tuna Melt
Every diner had a tuna melt on its menu. And now you can to while camping.
9) Tuna Noodle Casserole
What is more classic tuna dish than the casserole?
10) Spicy Tuna Fish Cake
While fish cakes are a traditional dish, this one adds kick.