Creamy Almond Mock Tuna Salad
If you’re looking for a nice alternative to tuna salad, this might do the trick – think of it as an oceanic alternative rather than something trying to replace fish! After all, human beings in coastal areas have been eating sea vegetables for most of their existence.
More to the point, it’s fresh, healthy, tasty and quick to make – soak the almonds the night before and the rest of the recipe can be assembled quickly the following day.
- Vegan mayo? There are plenty of brands around – we’ve shown some of them below. It’s also very very quick, simple and cheap to make your own. Here’s our favourite recipe
- Nori sprinkles (or whole sheets of nori) are also pretty widely available in larger supermarkets although you might need to find a good health food shop or online store for the sprinkles or kelp powder. Give a sheet a quick whizz in the food processor or blender to create your own sprinkles.
Optional extras / notes
Plus 4-8 hours soaking time. Quantities can be halved or multiplied easily, according to need.
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