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What to season can tuna with?

Asked: Jean-françois Caplette, Last Updated:

Grab a jar of some Cajun seasoning and shake some into your tuna salad mix. Or, if you don't have any pre-made, add cayenne pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, black pepper, paprika, and maybe even some dried thyme and basil, if you feel like it.

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