Tuna Cheese Melt Casserole

Tuna Cheese Melt Casserole
Tuna is an easy food to have in your pantry, and this tuna melt casserole takes under ten minutes to prepare in your microwave!

Tuna Cheese Melt Casserole

1 6oz can tuna
1/4 cup celery, chopped
1/4 cup mayo
1/3 cup sour cream
1 tsp mustard powder
1/2 tsp onion powder
1/4 tsp thyme
1/4 tsp dill
dash salt

1/2 cup shredded cheese
1/2 tomato

Drain the tuna. Mix together all ingredients but the cheese and tomato. Cover and microwave for 3 minutes. Now sprinkle on the shredded cheese and chopped up tomato half. Microwave another minute, then let stand a minute.

Enjoy alone or with lettuce!

Servings: 1
Carbs per serving: 4g

It's important to have fish of some sort in your weekly diet. Fish is full of important oils that your body needs. At the same time, most fish has some low level of mercury in it, which is not good for your system. So you don't want to be eating fish every single day. Find a balance. Eat a few servings of fish, but don't make it your standard lunch or dinner every single day of the week.

Also, if you don't like the taste of some tuna fish because it's "fishy", try other brands and styles. There are a variety of fish that can be canned as tunafish and they all have different flavor profiles. It could easily be that another brand or style is just perfect for you.

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