This is a list of notable tuna dishes, consisting of foods and dishes prepared using tuna as a primary ingredient. Tuna is a versatile ingredient that is used in a variety of dishes, including entrees, sandwiches, sushi, salads, appetizers, soups and spreads, among others.
Salade niçoise – freshly cooked or canned tuna is sometimes used in this salad that originated in the French city of Nice.
Tekkadon – a type of donburi (a rice bowl dish consisting of fish, meat, vegetables or other ingredients simmered together and served over rice), tekkadon is a Japanese dish topped with thin-sliced raw tuna sashimi.
Tuna fish sandwich – a sandwich made from canned tuna, usually made into a tuna salad, which is then used as the sandwich's main ingredient.
Tuna Helper – a packaged food product from General Mills, sold as part of the Betty Crocker brand. It consists of boxed dried pasta, with the seasonings contained in a powdered sauce packet. Tuna is added to complete the meal.
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