This is my father-in-law’s recipe. It’s simple, but good! So good that even my almost-7-year-old likes it.
- Can of tuna, in water
- Light mayo
- Celery (2-3 stalks)
Press all water out of the tuna. I do most of this by pushing the lid into the tuna when I open it, but my father-in-law also recommends squeezing the tuna out by hand.
Cut the celery into small bits. I find it easiest to cut down the middle of the celery first, then across.
Combine tuna and celery with ~2 tablespoons of light mayo, and voila! (Literally, that’s it; I didn’t even add salt or pepper, though certainly you might want to)
Particularly good with crackers or on bread.