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Fiesta Tuna Tacos

Prep Time
5 mintues
Cook Time
5 mintues
12 people

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1. Lay bacon strips parallel on plate cover with paper towel and microwave on high 1-3 minutes or until crispy. Cool slightly, and crumble and set aside. Slice olives and set aside. In large skillet add: 2 Tbsp Medeiros Extra Virgin Olive Oil, onion, celery. Saute' on medium heat until onions are clear and celery slightly cooked stirring occasionally. Mix in: Diane's Garden Diced Tomatoes (with juice), Diane's Garden Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies (well drained), Portside Chunk Light Tuna (very well drained). Sprinkle 1/2 tsp Marcum Lemon Pepper, 1 pinch Marcum Oregano, 1 pinch Marcum Garlic Salt over mixture. Stirring occasionally until Hot. Layer each Senora Taco with toppings as follows: 14/ cup hot tuna mixture, 1-2 Tbsp each Coburn Farm Shredded Cheese and Lettuce, 1 Tbsp Coburn Farms Sour Cream, 3-5 Kurtz Olive slices. Sprinkle with approximately 1/2 strips of bacon crumbles.


My 2 girl friends and I started a diet club called "The Bikini Chicks " and I was looking for a way to incorporate naturally low-fat high protein tuna into our diet several days a week in a way that would be fun and easy to prepare. It also had to taste good or I knew we wouldn't stick with it. One of the girls has a Hispanic background and gave me the original idea of the tuna burrito. Later I expanded the recipe to include tostadas and tacos. And with her help taste testing of course I developed the Fiesta Tuna Taco Recipe for the Save-a Lot Fuel Your Family Contest. It makes a great family meal that is nutritious and delicious. So good you think you are eating out. According to my friend "It has an authentic Mexican taste " and it's a snap to prepare. We love it! "

Categories: Mexican, Main Dishes

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I've never tried to make any kind of seafood taco at all, but this was so easy and really tasty! Great recipe that I'll be making again!

yakeyk, Wesley Chapel, FL

So easy & cool on a hot summer day...not to mention, good for you!

skidoogal2, Johnstown, NY

Great healthy recipe for those who are trying to eat lightly., Kentucky

charan28cw, Richmond, KY

What a fun recipe for the tuna lovers, we also used salmon and left over fish from another meal and they all were great!

anne_menke, Fond Du Lac, WI

Tuna tacos are a fresh change from red meat and just as delicous. The cost is about the same, but the time taken to prepare is quicker.

davidasullivan, Glasgow, KY
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