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15 delicious dinners starring canned tuna

Throw open my kitchen cabinet doors and you’ll find a host of goodies: baking ingredients and dried goods on one side, a myriad of spices and tins along the other. My husband and I adore tinned things, especially those housing oily, briny, rich-in-flavor sardines, tuna, and shellfish. These have served their duty time and time again as easy weeknight «dinners» when we are just too tired to fire up the stove — we just grab a crusty baguette on our way home from work, and pop a tin open when we get home. Doesn’t get easier than that.

Canned or jarred tuna serves as one of our most reliable pantry soldiers. Whether it’s packed in oil or water, imported from afar or grabbed off the shelves of the supermarket downstairs, preserved tuna is beloved any which way: folded into pasta; heaped upon bread; hidden in rice balls; even added into recipes that don’t originally call for tuna, but would taste mighty fine with their addition.

Lean on these tuna can-friendly dishes during your busy weeknights.

We’ll never say no to a tuna salad

1. Low-key Niçoise salad

(Bobbi Lin/Courtesy Food52)

2. Kill two birds and eat tuna salad for lunch

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Tuna, tangled up

3. Tuna and noodles with kimchi

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4. First night in Florence spaghetti

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5. Tuna noodle casserole — redux

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6. Zuni’s pasta with preserved tuna

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7. Noodles with tuna and peas («tuna pea wiggle»)

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Tuna sandwiches with a French twist

8. Pan bagnat: French tuna salad sandwich

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9. Provençal tuna melt

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Rice is always nice

10. How to make onigiri (Japanese rice balls) any which way

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Just add tuna

11. Pasta puttanesca

(James Ransom/Courtesy Food52)

12. Curried chickpea sandwich

(Bobbi Lin/Courtesy Food52)

13. Jaengban guksu (Korean-style soba noodles with spicy dressing)

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14. Back-pocket canned salad

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15. A handy guide to mixed grain rice bowls (no recipes needed!)

(Rocky Luten/Courtesy Food52)

This story was originally published on Food52.com: 15 ways to turn a can of tuna into a weeknight hero.

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