This is the tuna salad recipe I've had on a post-it note for ages.I think it came from a BC cookbook. I did a cursory search and couldn't find one with these ingredients. I make 4-6x the recipe as an appetizer, and we occasionally have leftovers for a sandwich or two the next day. I chop my veggies very finely so that it works as a salad and as a sandwich builder. Also, when I double (or more) the recipe, I use half tuna in water and half tuna in oil for more flavor.
Posting this for safe-keeping, will tweak it later.
Kolobok (kuh-luh-bOck) is a dough ball from a Russian fairy tale. These fried gems are fun for kids, tasty calcium for adults. To be clear, I wouldn't feed this to my toddler because of the fried aspect, but I loved them when I was little!
Whenever I make a pot roast or brisket, I always have gravy leftover, and I LOATHE to throw away this flavorful liquid. Both my mother and my father-in-law make a great beef/potato dish, so, with theirs in mind, I came up with this. If you don't have enough gravy, add a little broth of your choice. Adjust meat/potato ratio based on your dietary preferences - I'll probably use less potato next time.
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