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Tuna salad #7161666 05/06/18 02:27 PM
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My tomatoes are in. Take a peek.



I've already gone through my turkey bacon clubs, and store bought chicken salad sandwiches.

Next comes the tuna salad with a big slice of homegrown tomato. I like to mix solid white with chunk light. I chop up an onion, add sweet pickle relish, and Mayo. Done deal. What do you put in your tuna salad?



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Re: Tuna salad [Re: bill oxner] #7161686 05/06/18 02:48 PM
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Same as you except i had a boiled egg to the mix. up

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A couple of boiled eggs, and I like a little finely chopped celery. Then, on wheat bread with fresh tomato slices, and crisp iceberg lettuce.

Re: Tuna salad [Re: bill oxner] #7161975 05/06/18 08:16 PM
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It turned out great. I added a generous shake of pepper. This years purple onions are as sweet as apples.


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Same but Granny Smith instead of onion.

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onion, miracle whip, boiled eggs & chopped dill pickles or dill relish


Originally Posted by bill oxner
Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.
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I may try an egg in my next batch.


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Originally Posted By: Wilhunt
Same as you except i had a boiled egg to the mix. up
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It turned out great. I added a generous shake of pepper. This years purple onions are as sweet as apples.


i love good tuna with boiled egg and lots of black pepper...i prefer hellmans in mine

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Tuna in the pouch: less liquid to drain off.
Diced red onion: best onion flavor.
Diced celery: nice crunch and fresh aroma
Sweet pickle relish: wonderful sweetness.
Miracle whip: because it's many time better than mayonnaise.
Fresh ground black pepper and salt: because it makes food better.

I can eat it just like that or on toast.

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Tuna, eggs, dill pickle relish (sometimes sweet relish if I make it), red onion and Miracle Whip. That's how we make it and we have it a lot. Love it on fresh bread. Wife likes hers toasted.


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Grandparents used to make the above with Boiled eggs and dill pickles. They also had a version that included apple chunks in their tuna.

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