8 Reviews

Really really good. I loved the textures of this sandwich. I would have never thought to put nuts in tuna but it works. Thanks for the recipe. I will make this often.

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ExercisingChef September 09, 2013

Super delicious tuna sandwich. Use red delicious apple and loved the crisp sweet flavor. Thanks for sharing.

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ratherbeswimmin' June 15, 2013

Delicious! Loved all the textures and flavors in this sandwich. Made as written using sourdough bread in place of whole wheat because that is what we had on hand. The mix of sweet and savory complements the tuna so well making this sandwich a real keeper. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl September 23, 2009

It's a beautiful thing! I also left out the extra sugar, but otherwise left the same (added a little dill). Reminds me of my mum's waldorf salad! For me this would have easily stuffed 4 sandwiches (but instead, I just ate the 4th helping right out of the bowl...:) I often add apple to my tuna salad with curry powder, but never nuts or grapes. I think my family will like this version better. Thanks!!

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magpie diner July 21, 2009

This tuna salad is declicious!! I made it with light mayo and skipped the sugar. The sweetness was just right and I loved the crunch from the Granny Smith apples, nuts and celery. It is as others have said special enough for company but easy to throw together to have whenever. I will make this again and again.

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saraquarius April 27, 2009

Very nice tang with the relish. I really liked this and ate it as a lettuce wrap (no bread). Nice for ladies luncheon. Made and reviewed for Best of 2008 Tag Game.

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pamela t. February 09, 2009

This recipe is a keeper! Easy enough to make every day, but special enough for company. (the salad would be really good on croissants for a special lunch). I wanted to increase the amount of salad, so I added a 2nd can of tuna, but left all the other ingredient amounts the same except added maybe an extra TB of mayo. It was perfect for 4 sandwiches, or 3 well-stuffed sandwiches. I also sprinkled on some dried tarragon. Thanks for sharing; this is a new lunchtime favorite for us!

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appleydapply October 15, 2008

It was our first time adding walnuts in a sandwich and it was great even though I don't really like walnuts. I omitted the onions but I would have like with green onions. I didn't use sugar cause I used zucchini relish and it's sweet enough. Didn't use salt also. It was really good. Thanks JanuaryBride. Made for Bevy tag.

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Boomette October 12, 2008
Apple Tuna Sandwiches