Is Canned Tuna Healthy? Here’s What Dietitians Have To Say
While canned tuna is most often thought of for sandwiches or salads, the product is surprisingly versatile. Fand suggests creating tuna pasta, tossing tuna into a casserole, making tuna burgers, or loaded sweet potatoes with tuna (her personal favorite).
For appetizers, Hultin recommends topping cucumber or endive leaves with tuna. It also pairs well with vegetables, like celery, fennel, bell peppers, radishes, onion, carrots or pickles, she says. “Boost your canned tuna dishes with these options for more fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.”