Adrienne Houghton's Fruit Punch Tuna Salad Recipe brings people to work seriously


We've heard that people put weird things in their tuna salad, like cranberries and cucumbers, but we've never seen anyone make a tuna salad like this. TV personality and the recent YouTube sensation Adrienne Houghton (born Bailon) has exposed the world to her recipe for tuna salad and it contains … fruit punch. These 25 celebrities tried to break into the food world – and failed The former Cheetah Girl unveiled her self-written "bomb" recipe in a video for her "All Things Adrienne" series entitled "My Favorite Weird Food Combinations." In the video she contains banana quesadillas, cheerios baked in butter and her piece of resistance: fruit punch tuna salad. To make the dish, Houghton mixes its canned fish, mayo, salt and pepper combination with what looks like a quarter of a cup of fruit punch. Houghton does not even use a powdery beverage mix, it pours the sweet, clear, red liquid with fruit flavor straight into its bowl of mayo and fish. Yes, we are also gagging. "You see that I have a problem," she said, explaining her tuna salad recipe. "I was at home one day in high school, I had to make myself an after school meal, I made myself tuna and I thought: this does not do much for my taste buds, how do I make something that's just great? And these are my friends is what I made. "Oh yeah, and then she takes her finished sandwich and dunks the bread with the tuna-punch mixture in her glass of leftover fruit punch. Everyone who watched the video could made sure she had a problem, and that problem was her tuna salad recipe. "It is three days ago and I still dislike Adrienne Bailon's sandwich with tuna and fruit punch," wrote Twitter user @ SimoneU14. "Adrienne Bailon really poured a fruit punch into her tuna salad and then went on to submerge her sandwich in the fruit punch …." Tweeted Eleanor. "I never understood why I did not like Adrienne Bailon until I saw her tuna sandwich with tuna dipped in her koolaid," complained Jonathan Jay Salley. I never understood why I did not like Adrienne Bailon until I saw her tuna salad sandwich dipped in her koolaid-jonathan jay salley (@jjjaytothejay) February 4, 2019

The comments on her YouTube page are not much better. Nobody seems to support this creative recipe idea that Adrienne has come up with, thanks to, as she says, her & # 39; high-end taste buds & # 39; and & # 39; low-class budget. & # 39; & # 39; That brought tuna situation has thrown me & # 39 ;, GabriellaGlamour wrote. "Sandwich with tuna and fruit punch … I'm upset, I'm confused, I'm intrigued, I'm worried, I'm annoyed because I'm open to try this," Dalina Baby said. Honestly, we can not say what is worse. Fruit punch tuna salad or these weird food habits of your favorite celebrities.