7 Reviews

I love, love, love this!! I'm always losing my copy of the recipe, but thankfully it's easy enough to find :)

I like to make it by roughly chopping eggs etc then giving it a blitz in the food processor until it's a delicious, creamy spread. I also add parsley sometimes too. Fantastic with vegie sticks!

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kaitie10 December 10, 2011

This recipe is yummy. I used 6 tbsps. of mayonnaise and tuna chunks in oil. I'm gonna try this with celery next time.

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hmbs October 29, 2007

My family loves this - I grew up on it. 1 can tuna, 2 eggs, I never measured the mayo, and probably a bit less onion and no oo. Yes - the eggs really do make a difference - a yummy one, in my personal opinion. My favorite is after it sits in the fridge for a day - the onion Totally changes the flavor of the tuna, and I LOVE it! Only other comment is that this would probably serve max 4 in my family.

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Dorie's Lori April 23, 2007

Humm, This one is a bit of a mystery becuase we like all the ingredients on their own but together it just didn't please the family at all. I liked it best of all of us, and on my own would have given it 4 stars, but was outvoted by the rest to give this a 3 star rating simply becuase they didn't like the combination. Please see my rating system, 3 stars from me doesn't mean it's bad... it's just not our taste. I will make it again.. ...just for myself next time :) Thanks for a nice recipe :)

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kiwidutch October 19, 2005

Oh this was good! I used fat free regular mayo. and left out the oil. It was so good just from a spoon. Who would have thought that the addition of the egg would change the flavor that much! Thanks so much for posting!

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ladypit January 20, 2005

Hey, I thought I was the only one who put eggs in tuna salad :-). I love it this way. Had a few people over one afternoon and made this with shmaltz rather than oil since I was using it for other things as well. Was very good. Most of the time I don't add any extra oil at all even when using water packed tuna but that is just me. Great on Challah. Once apon a time, when I was much more observant I would make this or similar for lunch Saturday afternoons after shul. I think I will start that tradition again. With chips and a kosher pickle, sometimes there is nothing better. :-)Thanks for reminding me.

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Ilysse January 05, 2005
Easy Delicious Tuna Spread (non-dairy)