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Tuna salad #7930274 08/10/20 05:18 PM
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Not into a well stocked pantry in case of shortages but I always keep canned tuna in there just because I like it. Not one THFer rejected tuna on that picky eaters thread.

My recipe is pretty simple. Tuna, chopped onion, sweet relish, and mayo. I get the bigger cans of solid packed in water. Make five to six meals. You?

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I have no clue on the recipe, but my wife makes a great tuna salad. Several years ago she started using it to make "burritos" for the grandkids when we went on picnics at the parks. I have to admit I prefer the tuna salad on a tortilla better than sliced bread.


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same but with dill relish or chopped dill pickles. sometimes a squirt of mustard.


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Bill, add a couple chopped hard boiled eggs. Thank me later


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Originally Posted by TexasKC
Bill, add a couple chopped hard boiled eggs. Thank me later

It does help it out! Wife adds chopped apple, but doesn’t add to the portion I’ll be eating.

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I like to chop a radish in my tuna salad and celery and onion and sweet pickles. Then I marinate all that in sweet pickle juice. I add a chopped boiled egg and MW. Good stuff!


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I like dill relish, egg, mayo, celery, green onion, and a shake of salt pepper and maybe garlic powder.


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Add a couple slices of fresh tomato a lil black pepper and hot sauce to taste

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You inspired me Bill. I used Bumble Bee tuna packed in water and added Roma tomato`s, sweet yellow onions, bell pepper, deseeded cucumber, chopped radishes, iceberg lettuce, sweeet pickle relish and real mayonnaise. I will add seasonings before serving. It taste better if I let it sit in the refrigerator for about an hour. My mother made this all of the time when I was growing up. It still taste pretty good for a change. Thanks Bill.

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I'll use green onion, celery, homemade sweet hot dill relish and mayo or yes even Miracle Whip sometimes. Occasionally I'll put boiled egg in.

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Originally Posted by TPACK
You inspired me Bill. I used Bumble Bee tuna packed in water and added Roma tomato`s, sweet yellow onions, bell pepper, deseeded cucumber, chopped radishes, iceberg lettuce, sweeet pickle relish and real mayonnaise. I will add seasonings before serving. It taste better if I let it sit in the refrigerator for about an hour. My mother made this all of the time when I was growing up. It still taste pretty good for a change. Thanks Bill.

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Love me a good Tuna Sammich on toasted bread up


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Plan to buy a loaf today. Rye is my go to on my Reuben's.


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Originally Posted by TPACK
You inspired me Bill. I used Bumble Bee tuna packed in water and added Roma tomato`s, sweet yellow onions, bell pepper, deseeded cucumber, chopped radishes, iceberg lettuce, sweeet pickle relish and real mayonnaise. I will add seasonings before serving. It taste better if I let it sit in the refrigerator for about an hour. My mother made this all of the time when I was growing up. It still taste pretty good for a change. Thanks Bill.

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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Not one THFer rejected tuna on that picky eaters thread.



I guess I hadn't gotten there. I hate tuna. The only way I eat tuna is seared.


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forgot boiled eggs, gotta have 1 egg per can. and dukes mayo is a great change up from mw


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Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.


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Bill, I've been getting tuna salad and egg salad from the Kroger deli, and mix those two together. Pretty darned good.


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I quit buying canned tuna after we went to Port Angeles, Washington last year. Lisa's Dad broke out a pint of his home canned tuna. Once you eat fresh, you never go back.
That being said, I'll share my chicken salad recipe since it's the same except for the protein.
I chop up celery, green onions, a jalepeno, a dill pickle, and a handful of pecans. Mix it all up adding Helman's mayo to the desired consistency. Lightly salt and pepper. Goes good on white bread and crackers and even by itself.


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Originally Posted by janie
Bill, I've been getting tuna salad and egg salad from the Kroger deli, and mix those two together. Pretty darned good.



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I just had my fourth and last tuna salad lunch. I don't remember the cost of that large can of tuna. Something under four dollars. About the same as my diet cokes.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Not into a well stocked pantry in case of shortages but I always keep canned tuna in there just because I like it. Not one THFer rejected tuna on that picky eaters thread.

My recipe is pretty simple. Tuna, chopped onion, sweet relish, and mayo. I get the bigger cans of solid packed in water. Make five to six meals. You?

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Add a hard boiled egg and you've got the perfect sandwich.

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Love tuna salad. I've also eaten many a meal with just tuna fish straight out of the can with some black pepper and a jar of jalapenos.

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make your tuna as you do, but add some diced fresh Jalapeno and cilantro..... clap

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