4 Reviews

This was different I have never had tuna salad with potatoes, I made some amount adjustments and used seasoned salt, I also added in some fresh lemon juice, thanks echo!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz October 21, 2006

Excellent and different tuna salad. Loved the flavor from the vinegar and olive oil added to the mayonnaise. Instead of slicing the potatoes, I diced them into small chunks. Used fresh green beans and green onions. Loved it - a definite do again recipe. Thanks for sharing it!

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Marie August 29, 2005

I am with evelyn, this only made 2 servings. It was so easy to put together and made a nice dinner for me with leftovers for lunch tomorrow. I used a medium red skinned potato which I boiled until fork tender and so canned green beans. I added additional onion, because I love onion. The salad was served on top of fresh spinach leaves with toasted sourdough bread.

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PaulaG August 16, 2005

Sorry to tell you this eebrag - but we got just 2 servings out of this delicious recipe. Either we're real, little piggies or you all have small appetites! I served the tuna salad on lettuce leaves with sourdough bread and it made a really tasty, effortless lunch. The addition of the potatoes and green beans really sets this recipe apart from traditional tuna salads, and I did also 'cheat' by mincing and adding a tiny garlic clove (didn't seem to hurt none). Everything else was spot on. Thanks eebrag.

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evelyn/athens July 03, 2005
Genoa Salad