Make Tuna Taste So Much Better

While it is obvious that the nutritional facts of tuna show it is a great meat to eat (one gram of fat, no carbohydrates, and approx. 20 grams of protein in each seving) and is a great thing for bodybuilders to eat, most bodybuilders do not like tuna. While tuna doesn’t taste good by itself, it always needs helpers to make it taste better. There are different mixtures that will help you get a better taste out of the tuna. Here are a few recipes that will help you get the healthy benefits of tuna in a great tasting way.

Tip: Buy Starkist’s tuna that comes inside the flavour flesh pouch. This is because it is way more convenient then canned tuna. You won’t have to get the smell of tuna on your hands either as you open the can and drain it in the sink.

Lemon Pepper Tuna

It easy to make, all you have to do is get out a pan, spray the pan with non stick caloric non stick spray and dump the tuna in the pan. Then you should toss on some lemon pepper (You may purchase lemon pepper that is already mixed at your local grocery store). Then, proceed to turn on the burner and allow the tuna to cook, stirring periodically. When the tuna becomes warm, cooked, or burnt, which depends on how you prefer, place the tuna on a plate and then you can start eating it. The only addition made to the nutritional value of the tuna is a bit more sodium.

Worcestershire (If wished, with cheese) Tuna

This is also a very easy meal to make. You get a pan, spray with non caloric non stick spray then dump the tuna in the pan. You then pour some Worcestershire sauce onto the tuna and start to cook it. After the cooking process is done, you turn your burner off (a lot of common sense used here eh?), put some cheese on (if you wish) the tuna, cover the pan with a lid and let the cheese melt onto the tuna. Then you should add Worcestershire sauce if you wish to and note that it adds approximately one gram of carbs to the nutritional total. Depending on which kind of cheese you use, you add about 5 grams of protein, 2 grams of carbohydrates and anywhere from 0-10 grams of fat.

Tuna and Egg

Take out a pan, spray with some non caloric non stick spray, and dump the tuna/egg into a bowl. You should stir the ingredients together inside the bowl and after they are mixed together, pour the product into the pan and let it cook. After the egg is fully cooked, put some additonal pepper and salt into the pan if you wish and then eat it. You may also add cheese together which tastes good with this mixture. The eggs make up for approximately 5 grams of fat, 8 grams of protein and 1 carbohydrate.

There are also many other different solutions you could do which do not incorporate using mayonnaise and should be done if preferred by you.

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