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Old 03-03-2007, 10:59 PM   #1
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The recipe is called "TUNA, BLACK-EYED PEA AND RADISH SALAD" is a terrific (and healthy) meal in itself. It can be found at the Bon Appetit/Gourmet site (epicurius.com).


One of the great things about that site is that you can do a food "search" based on a specific ingredient you may want to use up. Then you can indicate that you'd like the recipes that follow to be organized on a "top-rated" first basis. Consumers rate the recipes and suggest feedback and adjustments.

My wife and I both like capers and added some (2 tablespoons in our case) as one reader suggested.

Also, I found that after making the dressing, I only needed to use about 2/3rds of the oil/lime juice combo.

I just made it the other day and my wife and I both went nuts over it. We warmed up some potato bread hamburger-style roles purchased at the supermarket to go with it.

This is the kind of recipe you can make ahead and keep around for awhile. For us it sure is a nice change from regular tuna salad.
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Old 03-04-2007, 07:42 AM   #3
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I am not crazy about black eyed peas but this does sound good
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Old 03-06-2007, 08:56 AM   #4
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Thanks Frank! I bookmarked the epicurious recipe site and look forward to checking out other recipes, too. This one looks delicious--I love black-eyed peas, radishes, and olives. Think I'll leave out the tomatos--not my favorite veggie (or is it a fruit?!).
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