Inspiration for this tuna salad casserole recipe comes from my dear foodie peep, Melissa, from ChinDeep. She’s always got unique and interesting ways to put new twists on serving food. That’s one great way to keep dishes you make ‘fresh’ and fun. If we continue to do the same things in the same ways, we end up with boredom. And, life’s always changing things up for us to keep us on our toes, so why not do that with some of the favorite recipes we love to serve.
So, following Melissa’s cue on a ‘casserole’ salad. I decided to do the same and do a pie dish tuna salad. Instead of dumping everything in a bowl and mixing together, you’ll take a few extra minutes to layer the ingredients then refrigerate so they all can merge together.
I must say that this tuna salad even tasted somewhat different when eating. Maybe it’s my head playing tricks on me, but I could discern the individual flavors and textures much better. When you scoop out your servings, believe me, there’s no cutting involved, yes, everything kind of falls into its place on your plate or in your bowl. Again, this recipe for tuna salad has some unique ingredients and a whimsical twist on presenting. Keep your food seekers guessing when you create food. It certainly makes life more interesting than the ‘same ol’, same ol”!