Quinoa Mac & Tuna
    Servings
    202 C Portions
    Servings
    202 C Portions
    Ingredients
    • 164oz cans Wild Planet Wild Albacore Tuna no liquids addedDo not drain – If using Wild Planet pouch-packed or water-packed tuna, see recipe notes below.
    • 5Cups MushroomsBaby Bella, Fresh
    • 10Cups BroccoliFlorets, Fresh
    • 1 1/4Cups Red peppersRoasted, sliced
    • 20Cups Quinoa elbow pastaSmall, Cooked
    • 3 3/4Cups CheeseBoursin
    • 10Cups waterTap
    • 1 1/4Cups ScallionsFresh, Green/White Parts
    Instructions
    1. Open can of Wild Planet Wild Albacore Tuna. Do not drain. Place the tuna with all of the natural liquid from the can into a mixing bowl. Gently flake the tuna into small/medium size pieces, then lightly toss with the natural liquid to evenly blend. Place in a covered container. Label, date and reserve refrigerated at 35-38°F. Will hold for up to 5 days under proper refrigeration.
    2. For 1 order: Heat 1 Tbsp olive oil in a nonstick sauté pan over medium-high heat. Add ¼ C mushrooms and sauté for 1 minute. Add ½ C broccoli, 1 Tbsp roasted red pepper, 1 C cooked pasta, 3 Tbsp Boursin and ½ C water. Continuously toss to combine and sauté for 30 seconds to heat and make a creamy sauce. Add ½ C Wild Planet Wild Albacore Tuna and 1 Tbsp scallions. Toss to heat and evenly combine. All ingredients should be lightly coated in the creamy Boursin sauce.
    3. Serve immediately.
    4. Repeat for remaining orders, as needed.
    Recipe Notes

    • The Quiona Tuna Mac is positioned as a lighter, yet satisfying mac n’ cheese offering – balanced, nutrient-dense ingredients accented with a touch of natural, artisan cheese sauce.

    • Using quinoa pasta adds more protein and craveable wellness.

    • Preparing to order delivers flexibility and freshness cues vs. made ahead.

    • Feature fresh, local & seasonal vegetables.

    • Delivers a gluten-free offering.

    • Use Wild Planet Wild Albacore Tuna throughout your menu applications for on-trend flavor, clean protein, health/wellness and diversity.