MYO Tuna Pea Wiggle

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This is one of the recipes mentioned in our free downloadable ebook . This recipe is a bit of a comfort food, great for those chilly fall evenings.

3 T. Margarine
3 T. Flour
dash of salt
1½ c. Milk
1 can Tuna, drained
1 can Peas, Drained or 1 c. frozen peas

Melt butter, add flour, mix till pasty, cook for 1 minute, stirring constantly. Add milk and whisk constantly over medium heat until thicken and bubbling slightly, (do not bring to a rolling boil). Add the tuna and peas. Stirring constantly until bubbling.

Serve over toast or biscuits or saltine crackers.

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6 Comments

  1. oh my goodness! one time when my husband and i were broke all we could find in the house was a couple stale crusts of bread and a can of tuna. we made “fish gravy” which was basically cream of tuna on toast. this recipe sounds very similar!

    my husband, having never had creamed tuna, spent months shaking his head about that “fish gravy.” lol!! i loved it!!

  2. we had this alot when i was growing up. we always had it over mashed potatoes, but my son likes it over toast. you can also use canned salmon instead of the tuna. yummy!!!

  3. Does anyone have any suggestions on seasoning? I have made it and I enjoy it. I would like to try some variations, but don’t know where I should start.

    I have a huge spice & seasoning collection.

    • Does anyone have any suggestions on seasoning? I have made it and I enjoy it. I would like to try some variations, but don’t know where I should start.

      I have a huge spice & seasoning collection.

      Just plain old salt and pepper is the best. Maybe some onion powder. This dish is so good not only because of the flavor, but the simplicity.

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