Hello All! It’s good to be back with a new recipe for you all. Having a baby has slowed my posting down a little but I’m hoping to get back to it now that we’re getting used to this whole being parents thing.
I saw this recipe in a free Allrecipes.com magazine that came with my Better Homes and Gardens. You can see the original here. I thought it sounded interesting but decided to add tuna to mine. I made a few other substitutions as well. I’ve gotten away from buying sour cream because we never use all of it before it goes bad. However, when I need sour cream I typically use plain Greek yogurt instead. It’s been a great replacement and we often use it on the rare baked sweet potato or taco.
I hope you give this recipe a try and let us know what you think.
ARTICHOKE TUNA SALAD
1 (12 oz or 2 of the smaller) can(s) of tuna
1/4 c. mayonnaise
1/4 c. plain Greek yogurt
1tsp curry powder
Salt and ground black pepper to taste
Combine artichoke hearts, tuna, mayonnaise, Greek yogurt, eggs, curry powder and salt and black pepper in a bowl until well mixed. If you like a creamier tuna salad, add a little more Greek yogurt and mayonnaise.
Serve with some fresh raw veggies for a great meal!
The addition of a little cayenne pepper would also be good if you like spicy food.
Here’s another tuna recipe you might like! Thai Inspired Tuna Salad