Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

I've been eating tuna fish forever but didn't like how my mom made it. I decided to add some different spices and have never turned back!


  1. Drain tuna.
  2. Mix with mayo and dill.
  3. Put on toasted bread with a slice of cheese and you're good to go!


Most Helpful

The dill compliments the tuna well. I used fat free mayo and used a little bit more dill than mentioned because I do agree it needs a bit more. I also used a little bit of freshly ground black pepper and that worked well with it too. I served it on a roll with a slice of tomato which continued the fresh feeling of the dill and tuna. Made for Pick A Chef Spring 2008 in the community forums.

Sarah_Jayne April 13, 2008

The dill gives the tuna a refreshing taste. My dill is very fresh from the garden so I used 1 teaspoon. Using 1/4 teaspoon more of the dried to fresh ratio. I also added fresh sliced scallions. Served on a salad.

Rita~ October 19, 2007

I am sorry, but this did not urn out well. It does not have nearly enough dill weed. I added more and still couldn't taste it. Mayo and tuna have a fairly strong taste, so you need to add more than 1/4 teaspoon of the dill weed to taste it. I wish I could give it more stars but it did quite suit my taste.

AuntWoofieWoof April 29, 2008

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