A lot of tuna recipes qualify as classic comfort food. Creamy tuna casseroles, cheesy tuna melts, mayo-laden tuna salads. Sure, they taste great, but I wouldn’t exactly call them healthy.
And even if you wanted to indulge in some of those tuna tempations, it’s kind of hard to find quality tuna these days. My mom and I have been buying one of the more “natural” brands, and she recently asked, “Have you noticed that tuna we buy is looking more and more like dog food?” It’s true. I had already stopped buying it by the time she asked me.
So we haven’t really been eating a lot of tuna lately. Fresh is expensive, and there’s just no telling where some of that canned stuff comes from. But last week, I was asked to create a tuna recipe using Ocean Naturals Wild Premium Tuna.