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Tuna Mould

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In my opinion, a can or two of tuna is a store cupboard or pantry necessity. From whipping up a quick tuna salad, tuna pasta or making a tuna quiche, it is an essential ingredient for every home kitchen.  I always ensure I have a few tins in my cupboard for making a meal in a jiffy especially in the hot summer months when you really don’t feel like cooking a hot meal.  This particular recipe is just another way to using a can of tuna.
You will need:
1 can tuna is water
1 tub smooth cottage cheese
1 finely chopped onion
4-5 finely chopped gherkins
Salt and pepper
30ml tomato sauce
6 tsp lemon jelly power (dissolved in about 3 tbsp of boiling water and allow to cool)
Method:
Drain tuna and mix together with cottage cheese, onion and gherkin. Add tomato sauce and cooled lemon jelly. Season and pour mixture into a mould and set in the fridge till firm. If you don’t have a mould then just place mixture into a bowl to set in fridge. Turn out onto a platter and garnish. Serve with toast or crackers

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