Ingredients: tuna (50%), olive oil (28%), chickpeas (18%), onion, and salt.
Did you know you can substitute fork-mashed chickpeas for tuna in pretty much any tuna salad recipe? Works like a charm. But then you inevitably start to think, hmmm, what if I mixed tuna and chickpeas. That’s right, you just made two good things into one better thing. Beans and tuna…actually, beans and tinned fish in general, just go together beautifully.
You can also just eat this straight from the tin with crackers or bread.