Recently I was asked to do a review on Safe Catch Tuna. Which to me since I love eat and cook, I thought it would be a great product to review about and maybe get something to eat from it. Plus it being summer there is nothing better to bring to a BBQ than a Tuna Macaroni Salad (See recipe below)
Our friends over at Safe Catch Tuna has so much information about why their tuna is top notch compared to the major brands. I love tuna in any way that it comes either on a sandwich or in some type of salad.
“First 100% Mercury Tested Canned Tuna. Even the expectant mothers, small children and tuna lovers of all kinds can enjoy their brand of Tuna.” – Safe Catch
“Safe Catch raw packs its tuna, sealing in all of the nutrients, and then cooks it in a proprietary process that yields an amazing taste. Safe Catch tuna is free of additives, non-GMO, BPA-free and sustainably caught.” -Safe Catch
“Safe Catch Wild Skip jack retails between $3-4 per can and Safe Catch Wild Albacore retails between $4-5 per can.”- Safe Catch
I have to say when I made my Macaroni Tuna Salad I felt safer to feed my family knowing we do not have all that Mercury in our systems like other brands of tuna just might have.
For more information about this product visit: www.safecatch.com.
What do you need
1 package of Elbow Macaroni
½ cup Mayo
2 Tablespoon Mustard (I like Spicy)
2 Eggs Hardboiled
¼ cup of Sweet Relish
1 can of Safe Catch Tuna
Garlic salt, Season Salt, Paprika and Pepper to taste
1 small onion (optional)
What to do
Cook your pasta as per the directions on the box. You can also place your eggs in your water while the pasta is cooking to save time.
Once pasta is completely cooked, drain and rinse with cold water. Peel your eggs and chop finely. If you add onion (chop finely)
Once you have continued with this step in a large mixing bowl, add the remaining ingredients to pasta, eggs, and onions. Mix well and season to taste.
Sprinkle a small amount of Paprika and Pepper on top.
Disclaimer: The product for this review was sponsored by Safe Catch Foods. All opinions are my own.