Creamy Tuna Salad Tapas
This simple recipe for Creamy Tuna Salad Tapas can be made in a few minutes and is very moist and tasty.
We were served this recently in Portugal in one restaurant, although with the tuna served separately to the bread, as a ‘couvert’. A couvert in Portugal is typically something that is brought to the table before your meal as an appetizer to eat while you wait.
You can eat this as finger food during game day, or as an appetizer during pre-dinner drinks. Feel free to serve up separately to the bread if you wish – that saves some work, but may mess up your carpet!
This recipe is similar to my Keto Tuna salad that you can find elsewhere on this site, but without the tomatoes.
We think that tuna is an underappreciated fish. It has a really delicious taste and can be eaten in a variety of ways. Try my tuna pasta or tuna fish cake recipes which are super ways to enjoy this fish. It is also wonderful as sushi.
The beauty of canned tuna is that it can be kept in tins that last for ages. So you should keep them as a part of your standard pantry contents.
However, when you buy tuna you should make sure it is from sustainable sources to ensure it is not another species that we eliminate from this world.
Climate change is slowly altering the temperature of the oceans and the way they move. This has meant we even have bluefin tuna off the west coast of Ireland now. Fortunately, there are strict regulations that restrict what you can catch and keep.
Serve a full tapas meal
Make this recipe as part of a full tapas meal. Enjoywith your friends together with a nice bottle of wine. There is nothing better than sitting outside on a summer’s day and having a tapas lunch or supper.
There are some other tapas recipes you can try at the end of this blog post.
I hope you enjoy making these tuna salad tapas. If you do, please let me know how you get on in the comments section below!
How to make a Creamy Tuna Salad Tapas