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I used the last three tomatoes from our garden - sob! They weren't very large, also my tuna was in a 5 oz. can (about 125 g. or so). As I put in the second Tb of lemon juice I realized that it was going to be too much for the smaller amount of tuna. So, my results were very runny but also very delicious. Will make again, for sure! Made for PAC fall 2012

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Linky October 08, 2012

I scaled back for 1 vine ripened tomatoe and unfortunately had an oops no capers or celery (both of which I was sure I had) and I used a 95 grams can of tuna in spring water (not chunky) but otherwise thoroughly enjoyed for a lovely light lunch, thank you Kiwi Kathy made for Make My Recipe - Edition 16

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I'mPat December 04, 2011

I wanted to make something special for DH's lunch. His riding mower died. I wonder if I should send him a bouquet of lug nuts? Made for A-NZ #42 Recipe Tag.

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gailanng July 02, 2010

We loved this dish...the lemon really added a nice flavor. Even DD who doesn't like tuna with anything in it loved it. The only thing I did different was add a bit of dill to it. I will definitely make this again. Made as my "T" pick for the December 09 Lets P-A-R-T-Y Game

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Chef Buggsy Mate December 03, 2009

Great for a low-carb diet! I left out the capers because I don't care for them and used chervil instead of the parsley and it tasted great! Should have drained my tuna a little better than I did. Thanks for posting! Made for Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #34.

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mailbelle December 02, 2009
Tomatoes Stuffed With Tuna