|Fresh celery — 300 gr|
|Canned tuna — 1 b|
|Cream cheese — 200 gr|
|Dried tomatoes — 8 pcs|
We are preparing a new snack with celery, tuna and dried tomatoes. A charge of vivacity and energy for the whole day!
How to cook Celery stuffed with tuna, cheese and dried tomatoes
A wonderful fish snack with a rich taste. Green, crispy celery, tender cream cheese, tuna meat that tastes like beef, and magnificent dried tomatoes, with the smell of sun and spices. An excellent set of products that are useful for the body. This dish is just a storehouse of vitamins and trace elements. Do you usually cook stuffed tomatoes with cheese filling? And yet, try this snack, I’m sure both adults and children will like it.
Always choose fresh celery. If it is even slightly dried, then the taste qualities will be lost. Choose a can of tuna carefully, too. It should be in its own juice and in one big piece, do not take a jar with the inscription «tuna for salad». Cheese is best suited to «Philadelphia», «Ricotta» or «Cremette». A small jar of dried tomatoes in oil will be enough. Their spicy taste and aroma will hover over the dish.
Celery is sorted by stems, washed, dried with a towel. We cut the deep part into segments about 10 centimeters long.
Cooking minced meat. We open a can of tuna, carefully inspect and sniff. If you have not spent time in the store studying the label, then be sure to pay attention to the contents of the jar, sometimes you come across a product unsuitable for use. Unfortunately. So, drain the liquid from the jar, and crush the tuna meat with a fork.
We put the dried tomatoes on a plate, so that the excess oil would glass. Cut into small pieces. And mix tuna meat, sliced tomatoes and cream cheese in a separate bowl. It’s already delicious, isn’t it? Try it with salt, if necessary, then add salt. If you like it sharper, you can add ground red and black pepper.
And now we carefully spread each piece of celery with our appetizing and fragrant mass. We stuff celery. Spread on a platter, decorate with herbs. Bon Appetit!