While, with Mike at school and an Ewie opened can of tuna fish and peas, I just had to make tuna wiggle for dinner, I couldn't let the open cans go to waste.
But how does an enlightened soul make Tuna Wiggle? I asked myself.
Well, after using boiling up some ancient pastas, I put in some olive oil, sun dried garlic and tommato organic vinagrete, green beans, slice fresh tomatoes, the tuna and peas and about a cup of plain yogurt.
For something as rarely served as Tuna Wiggle is at our house it was quite well recieved. And not too bad tasting either.