Our first garden this year produced some 'round-shaped' cucumbers with course seeds, but with great flavor, texture, and juicy. I didn't want to waste anything I pulled from our first attempt at a garden, including these cucumbers. So when I cut them in half and cleaned out the seeds, I envisioned a stuffed cup of some kind. Hence! My creation began! I hope you enjoy this quick, simple, and refreshing recipe as much as we have, friends! "To Your Best Health"! Janie
prep time15 Min
methodNo-Cook or Other
tuna, packed in water (drained)
cumbers (5-inch-long seeds scooped out)
green onions (minced tops and bottoms)
red bell pepper (minced)
cherry tomatoes (chopped small)
mayonnaise (heaping spoon and with canola)
juice of 1 lime
salt and pepper to taste
TUNA STUFFED CUCUMBER CUPS
How To Make
Drain tuna! Peel cucumbers, scoop out seeds, level bottom so it sets flat; mince part you cut off and add to ingredients.
Mince green onions, bell pepper, tomatoes, basil (I used dried fresh basil, but fresh is always the greatest, however). Gently toss all ingredients with tuna.
Mix mayo, lime juice, garlic powder, salt and pepper; then mix with other ingredients. Stuff cucumber cups, serve with fruit of your choice; delicious with grapes on the side.
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