Potato & Tuna Pudding

Another recipe from my mother. Yeah, she is a GREAT cook! This can be eaten during the whole year: you can eat it either cold or ready made. But it's perfect for summer and you can have it in your bento :) And it's also easily made. This recipe goes to taste, you can add more tuna or more garlic if you want. You'll need: - 3 or 4 big size potatoes - 1 can of tuna - 1 garlic clove - olive oil - Mayo - 1 egg, beaten - 1 oven pot (better if it's not metallic). - your oven! - Preheat the oven (like 180º will be ok) - Boil and peel the potatoes. - Grat the garlic.
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Canned tuna ideas?

I have several cans of cheap quality tuna flakes in brine (130g drained weight) hanging about in my cupboard. They will be out of date soon and I am sick of looking at (err....ignoring!) them. I am not the best at looking at individual ingredients and coming up with a clever plan, so perhaps some of you might be able to give me some ideas of how I can utilize these whilst hiding the fact that they are not the best brand. Any ideas? :)
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