Canned Tuna's

Perfect Seasoning

If you want to take your tuna salad to the next level, grab the jar of cayenne pepper from your spice rack. 

 To lighten up the mayonnaise-heavy classic recipe, add the strong Southwestern flavors of cayenne pepper, lemon juice, vinegar, salt

and pepper to the mayonnaise, and then mix in the drained canned tuna for a mouth-watering flavor combination.

Cayenne pepper is hot and tastes fruity. It goes well with any kind of meat and is often used in dry rubs, marinades, and sauces.

You can add more or less cayenne depending on how spicy you like it, but no matter how much you add, it will blend well with the other flavors. 

Tuna salad with cayenne pepper tastes great on bread, but you could also eat it in a lettuce wrap or in a bowl with tortilla chips.

So the next time you want to make a boring tuna salad sandwich, add some fiery red cayenne pepper to give it some life.

You have no reason not to eat a tuna salad sandwich, which will fill you up and taste good.