1-17: Tuna-Stuffed Tomatoes wouldn’t be my first suggestion as an appetizer for a party, but for a light lunch for myself, I thought it would be a good idea to attempt this recipe. Jamie was not interested in tomatoes or tuna at the time, so more for me!
I really liked these tomatoes, I would eat them again if I didn’t have to do the preparation work.
The tomatoes I had were firm, but not very large, which is okay because I didn’t have enough tuna to stuff tomatoes that were any larger.
The ingredients shot for a standard tuna salad, only served inside of tomatoes.
First, you hollow out the tomatoes, creating a tomato bowl.
Mix the tuna and mayonnaise in a bowl. Season with mustard, chives, salt, pepper, and lemon juice.
Check out my artistic plating with the green grapes and chive stems. This plate of tomatoes stuffed with tuna is a light and fishy lunch, satisfying my vegetable, fruit, and fish needs for the day.