Yield: 4 Servings
|1 can||(16-oz) Great Northern beans|
|2 tablespoons||Sweet pickle relish|
|1 small||Onion; diced|
|¼ cup||Sliced celery|
|1 teaspoon||FF or LF mayonnaise|
|\N \N||Salt and pepper to taste|
From: FINNIGAN@... (Finnigan, Julie) Date: 31 Jul 96 20:02 GMT
Drain and rinse the beans, then mash them with a potato masher until smooth. Mix the rest of the ingredients with the beans, chill for two hours, and use as you would tuna salad.
One note: if you have an old favorite recipe, you could probably make it using the beans as described above and find the taste to be similar to what you remember. I know everyone has their own version of tuna and egg salad, etc.
Second note: Julie Gettys mentioned in her post about crab cakes that using kelp powder adds a taste of the sea. You might want to try this with your mock tuna salad if you miss the "fishy" taste.
fatfree digest V96 #211
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