Not Draining Properly: Failing to drain canned tuna thoroughly can leave your dishes watery and bland. Use a fine-mesh strainer to remove excess liquid, or press a spoon against the lid to squeeze out
Overcooking: Canned tuna is already cooked, so there's no need to cook it for an extended period. Overcooking can result in a dry and rubbery texture.
Not Seasoning: Canned tuna can be quite bland on its own. Don't forget to season it with salt, pepper, and other spices or herbs to enhance its flavor.
Using the Wrong Type: There are different types of canned tuna, including solid, chunk, and flaked. Using the wrong type for your recipe can affect the texture and presentation.
Not Trying Different Varieties: Tuna comes in various varieties, including albacore, skipjack, and yellowfin, each with its own flavor and texture.
Storing Open Cans Improperly: Once you've opened a can of tuna, transfer any unused portion to an airtight container and store it in the refrigerator.