Tuna mayonnaise with red onion and capsicum

Tuna mayoI usually buy the low fat tuna mayo from Asda but it is a 14 mile return journey to the nearest shop that sells it. I have decided to make my own which, actually I like better. You also get more for your pro points. I have a pattern which I stick to every weekday lunchtime and it is soup and a sandwich. today it’s tuna mayo sandwich.

4 portions =8pp that’s 2 pp each

  • Ingredients:
  • 2 or 3 tbsp light mayonnaise
  • 130g canned drained tuna in brine
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • 1 medium green capsicum the size of a tennis ball
  • 1 red onion the size of a golf ball
  • salt & black pepper according to your taste.
  • pinch of garlic powder


  • Use a mini chopper, adding all the dry ingredients and chop to the consistency you prefer. I don’t like it completely pureed so I just give it a quick blast. If you haven’t got a chopper then you will just have to finely chop the vegetables by hand and combine with the tuna and spices. Finally add the mayonnaise and mix.

Easy Peasy  😉


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