Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a simple dish with wonderful flavour. Enjoy as a light meal or as a starter to a larger one.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut avocado in half lengthwise and remove pips.
  2. Brush lemon juice over avocado to prevent discoloration.
  3. Blend together fish, salt, pepper and mayonnaise and spoon into avocado.
  4. Chill before serving.
  5. Garnish as desired.


Most Helpful

I'm a big fan of avocado and tuna together, but I wanted a heartier dish. I used this recipe as a starting point and added: 1/2 jicama (cubed) and 1 medium tomato (seeded and chopped) plus a pinch of sugar to bring out the flavors, then served it on a bed of lettuce with a side of soba noodles in sesame sauce. Seriously good stuff. Thanks!

VenomousKate September 16, 2008

I am so fond of recipes that use avocado simply & allow its mellow flavour to shine. This recipe does that & then lets you decide where to take it. I made the recipe for a tasty salad lunch to share w/DH today & prob used a bit extra mayo since I did not measure it. My avocados were very lrg & ripe & I did not manage to keep the halves intact. I served the tuna-stuffed avocado segments w/sliced tomato, hard-boiled egg & oranges + cottage cheese. Then I seasoned all ingredients w/McCormick Lemon & Pepper Seasoning Salt. The flavour combo of avocado & tuna is excellent. Thx for sharing this simple & simply delicious recipe w/us & for getting me inspired to create a lunch out of the ordinary.

twissis April 19, 2007

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