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Posted by : Souzan Michael, Mon, Jan 07 2013

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It's no secret that many of us vow to eat a bit healthier once the holidays are over and January rolls around. Well that time is officially here, but there's no reason to dread working toward your resolution. Healthy food can still be delicious food. This week, we're giving you the top 5 tuna recipes from the past year (according to site stats) to help you get creative in the kitchen and get a kick-start toward your goals.

 

1. Tuna Bruschetta 

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Want to impress your guests at your next dinner party? This delicious tuna bruschetta will do the trick. It's a wonderful twist on the classic appetizer and looks absolutely gorgeous.

2. Name-That-Tuna Casserole 

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Who doesn't love tuna casserole? With only 388 calories per serving, this healthy version, courtesy of Greta and Janet Podleski of Eat, Shrink and Be Merry, is a real crowd-pleaser.

3. Tuna Avocado Salad 

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Chef Michael Smith's tuna avocado salad is stunning and is incredibly easy to make. With just tuna, avocado, onion and parsley, you can create this beautiful presentation and impress your family and friends.

4. Pepper Crusted Tuna Steak with Teriyaki Sauce and Wasabi Smashed Potatoes 

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Want to step up your tuna game? This tuna steak recipe courtesy of Nadia G will do the trick. Served with teriyaki sauce and wasabi smashed potatoes, it's bound to be a family favourite.

5. Tuna Potato Salad 

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Michael Smith is up again. This time he's rounding out our top 5 with this gorgeous tuna potato salad recipe. It's super easy to make and is just as filling as it is pretty.

 

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Posted: by Souzan Michael
Filed under: top 5

Get to know:Galen Drinnan

Hi, my name is Galen and I'm currently interning with the Food Network and Shaw Media! Though I wouldn't call myself a foodie, I certainly enjoy eating the stuff - so this is an opportunity to learn more about cooking, baking, and food. Any questions, please let me know! And for goodness' sake, put the kettle on!

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