Tuna Fish Stuffed Tomatoes

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Take 2 large beefsteak tomatoes and cut of the tops. Take knife and cut around inside around the edges, making a bowl. use a spoon and spoon out the flesh and seeds.

Drain 2 can of white tuna fish in water. Place in bowl, squeeze half lemon over top. Season with pepper and 1 tsp celery seed. Add 1/4 cup low-fat or fat-free mayo. (optional: add in diced dill pickles or sweet butter chip style pickles) Mix well.

Stuff each tomato with the tuna fish mixture and chill for about 1 hour.

Serves 2.

Note: You can make the tuna fish ahead of time and bring your tomato to work already cut out and ready to stuff! Makes a delicious and low-fat lunch!

Serve on a small bed of Romanian lettuce, with Wasa Rye crackers!


Make it onto a Melt!  Pre heat oven to 400.  Place Tuna Fish Stuffed Tomato on a baking sheet. Place a slice of reduced fat Swiss cheese or cheddar on top and bake for 25-3 minutes.

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