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Tuna And Grits

This is actually a breakfast dish in the Bahamas but can also be a fast, easy, and delicious lunch!


 Hominy or Yellow Grits, enough for 2 servings
 2 Tins of Canned Tuna, in water
 1/4 cup white onion, finely chopped
 2 Tablespoon Light Mayo
 Juice of 1 Lime
 Hot Pepper*, finely chopped
 Salt and Pepper
 Hot Sauce (if desired)


Start by making the tuna salad. First drain the tuna and mix with mayo, lime juice, hot pepper, and salt and pepper. Cover and store in the fridge while you prepare your grits. Cook the grits according to package directions. When grits are done cooking, stir in a pad or two of butter, salt and pepper, and mix well. Pour hot grits into serving bowls and top with tuna salad. Serve with hot sauce.

* Habañero pepper is the Bahamian way, but jalapeño or crushed red pepper flakes will work.

Serves: 2
Grits Tuna Onions Stovetop Microwave

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