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This was very tasty! I halved it and left out the milk so it would be thicker to use as a sandwich spread. Used light cream cheese and light mayo. Thanks for the recipe!

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flower7 May 07, 2009

Great taste. I did a lot of substituting, starting with using canned salmon (14 oz can). After I picked out the salmon skin and bones I had approx 12 oz which calls for doubling this recipe. I also used Philly light cream cheese with chives and dried onion bits. I also decreased the amount of milk to make it firmer for sandwiches. Thanks......

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ejriii July 08, 2007

I used this on Christmas Eve to fill puffs in place of my regular tuna filling. I will never again make that boring old regular filling!! This was absolutely wonderful and the only change I made was to use a tad more green onion, just so the last two in the bunch wouldn't go to waste. I'll be making this year round as a wonderful spread for crackers and veggies, as you suggested. I can already taste it on cucumber slices, yum! Thanks for sharing this keeper with us, Christine!

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Vina December 26, 2006

This was a big hit at our house. Just the right zing and definitely not boring. Thanks for posting!

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Cloudtears April 10, 2005

Kids really enjoyed this.

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karen in tbay August 19, 2004

Oh my gosh!! Absolutely amazing!! I'm not even one who likes tuna and I am head over heels in love with this!!If I didn't make it I'd never known it was tuna that was in there! YUMMY!!!!! Thanks!!

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Gin Gin March 01, 2004
Cream Cheese Tuna Dip