I picked out a Knorr Herb and Butter Rice... that has pasta in it too apparently. Plenty filling but I'd opt for a pure-rice version if I could find it. It doesn't matter all that much though, the fish rapidly becomes the dominant flavor of the meal, just like with the salmon. I'm almost tempted to try my next one with the fish on the side in the pot lid, and the rice by itsself in the pot, see if it's better when the side dish gets to remain free of the fishy influence. It's not all that bad though, part of my thing is that meals feel weird to me without meat. So, when the fish takes over the whole pot of rice, and the whole thing tastes of meat? It's actually pretty satisfying. The lemon pepper tuna is pretty nice, the lemon flavor is stronger than I expected, but in a good way. I expected something pretty weak. The pepper flavor is a little lacking, so if you can get a couple of those tiny pepper packets, and throw them in for extra pepper flavor, I think you'll be happy you did. The olive oil I added was a pleasant addition to it as well, adding good calories for the trail without taking over the flavor of it.
I liked the Mushroom Rice and Salmon better, but this was different enough that I'd make this now and then just to mix it up, and have some variety in my meals. I'll be looking for a different rice to mix it with, but if I can't find a suitable one, the herb and butter was pretty good.