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This is a very nice change from our usual tuna sandwiches. I used regular Miracle Whip and no cayenne pepper. It's good for summer evenings.

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Jamie B June 24, 2010

This is delicious. I did not use a fat-free mayonnaise but used Helmans olive oil mayonnaise to be soy free. I used Julie's Curry Powder Mix which is a sweet curry powder, we dont like hot spicy. I omitted the garlic powder and cayenne as I dont use either. I used freshly squeezed lemon juice, a peeled Red Delicious Apple and dark raisins. I would make this again!

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UmmBinat October 16, 2009

We loved the raisins and curry powder in this recipe. I'd never had either in a tuna sandwich before. In reading Cookgirl's comments I'd like to try this topped on mixed greens with a drizzled rice wine vinegar also. This recipe is fast to make and most people would have everything on hand, maybe with the exception of the fat-free mayo. When I need to take sandwiches someplace I'm making this one. Just to show others the great taste the curry adds to tuna. As curry was the last spice I reached for but that has changed after making this recipe. We made this several times thank you for sharing this recipe.

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Charlotte J February 03, 2007

Super tasty! I made this as a tuna salad over mixed greens instead of sandwiches and drizzled just a bit of rice wine vinegar. Out of green onions, used red onion in its place. Replaced some of the mayonnaise with wasabi-flavored mayo for a bit of "kick". Best to make this several hours in advance to allow the ingredients to marinate. Loved the raisins with this! Making this again soon and many times after that! Thanks, Dancer! cg

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COOKGIRl November 29, 2005
Curried Tuna-Apple Sandwiches