In bowl combine:
1 small can tuna, packed in water
1 T. pickle relish
Couple of squirts of spicy mustard
In small food processor combine:
Process until copped to desired consistency
Add to tuna mixture. Sprinkle with black pepper and any seasonings desired.
Toast 2 slices wheat bread, cut in triangles or squares, if desired.
Sprinkle a few raisins on top.
I’m told tuna is a fatty fish that contains omega 3 fatty acids which is ok if watching high cholesterol.
Macaroni, Salsa, and Spinach
1 cup uncooked macaroni (cook in about 2 cups or 2 1/2 cups water)
Cook macaroni in slow cooker or rice cooker (depending on time you have) or on stovetop
1 jar salsa
1 green onion, chopped
Add green onion to top of macaroni/salsa
1 can spinach, heated
Quick, easy, no cholesterol, healthy! I’m avoiding high cholesterol foods so a lot of the goodies won’t do for me.
Dried Beans in Slow Cooker
1/2 cup red kidney beans
1/2 cup great northern beans
I washed them, added fresh water and soaked them for about 3-4 hours.
6 green onions
1 small yellow onion
1 bell pepper
2 stalks celery
Placed beans in slow cooker with fresh water, to cover the beans
Added 1 T. diced garlic, black pepper, and dried parsley.
I turned the slow cooker on as I went to bed, on low, cooked through the night.
I woke up around 5 AM, the beans were done. I added no oil or grease of any kind.
Easy for elderly to prepare, convenient, don’t have to stand over it and watch it all day. Easy for person with health problems that limits activity in kitchen. No cholesterol.