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Old 06-19-2011, 02:23 PM   #1
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These are wonderful with a bowl of soup or a bowl of fresh in season fruit. In a bowl stir together 1-3-1/2 ox can drained tuna add 1 hard cooked chopped egg,1/2 cup of diced and seeded tomato 2 tab sliced olives,1 Tab. chopped sweet onion,1 tab drained capers. set aside get your dressing ready. You will need 1/2 cup mayo or miracle whip 1 tab; fresh lemon juice 1 clove of minced garlic fresh cracked pepper. Mix with tuna and line pita round cut in half with butter lettuce leaves spoon in the tuna mixture this will serve two. It is also good make with smoked salmon it pairs well with cheese soup with pesto
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Old 06-19-2011, 02:51 PM   #2
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These are wonderful with a bowl of soup or a bowl of fresh in season fruit. In a bowl stir together 1-3-1/2 ox can drained tuna add 1 had cooked chopped egg,1/2 cup of diced and seeded tomato 2 tab sliced olives,1 Tab. chopped sweet onion,1 tab drained capers. set aside get your dressing ready. You will need 1/2 cupt mao or miracle whip 1 tab; fresh lemon juice 1 clove of minced garlic fresh cracked pepper. Mix with tuna and line pita round cut in half with butter lettuce leaves spoon in the tuna mixture this will serve two. It is also good make with smoked salmon it pairs well with cheese sopu with pesto
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Old 06-20-2011, 06:16 AM   #3
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Next time I make pita pockets, I'll try this recipe (but probably will use chicken instead of tuna). Sounds really nice!
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Sounds yummy!
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Next time I make pita pockets, I'll try this recipe (but probably will use chicken instead of tuna). Sounds really nice!
Chicken should be great, add some sliced grapes and toasted walnuts. YUM
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I was thinking strawberries and toasted pecans....
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I was thinking strawberries and toasted pecans....
YUM_YUM sounds delicious.
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