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I added a little bit more of green goddess dressing. Cause I think I used more tuna. I don't know if it was a 3 ounces can since it's not writting in ounces on the can. I omitted the pickles. Thanks MsSally :) Made for Holiday tag
Ymmmmmmmmm this is great. I love tuna anyway you serve it and have wanted to try this for a while. Ever since I save this recipe in my 'To Try' file I haven't been able to find the Green Goddess at our small town grocery store. Finally they had it, Yepeeee... I used a large can of tuna and then still added another small can, since it only has the celery and a small amount of pickles it didn't seem to make much. Will make again now that I've tried it. Oh, yes made to the Soup, Sandwich and Salad photo challenge.
I am rating this on how I made it! I used 4 times the amount of tuna. I just could use only 3 ounces for then this would be celery salad! So the amount must be a misprint. Then green goddess salad dressing I could not find so I used fresh dill and basil. This was absolutely fabulous on a wrap with sliced avocado and sliced tomatoes. Thanks!
I just made "Green Goddess" dressing the other day for a green salad. I came upon this more then divine recipe and this was the perfect way to use the dressing again. I have not been a tuna fan for a long time, however; this wonderfully easy recipe was not only quick to put together, but delicious and healthy to boot. I served this with the addition of green onion, (as another reviewer had suggested) and on a slice of homemade bread. I almost thought I had gone to heaven. The celery and dressing just made a perfect union, and I will be making this quite often as swim suit season is on the horizon. Thank you so much, MsSally!
I like green goddess and tuna salad, so I needed to try this. I changed the proportions somewhat. I used two 6 ounce cans of tuna, 1/2 cup celery, 2 tablespoons pickles, 2 tablespoons green goddess mix and about 1/2 cup mayonnaise. Very good!
We just found a new salad dressing. I chose to make this for my DH for lunch. Boy was he surprised. Thanks for posting this recipe for all of us to try.
Very nice and very easy to put together. I haven't had Green Goddess in a long time and it was perfect with this. thanks
Had this for lunch and thought it was wonderful. I followed the recipe exact, except added 1 hard boiled egg and served on a bed of lettuce. What a nice flavor with the Green Goddess dressing. Brought back childhood memories. :) Thanks for sharing this one. It's a *keeper* ~V
I made this for lunch today and it was great right from the bowl. I made up some Green Goddess dressing, used that for the mayo and added lemon juice, the parsley and green onions. I used a 6 oz. can of tuna. Thank you Sally!
While making this great-tasting spread, I was tempted to substitute my usual sweet pickle relish for the chopped dill pickle, but I didn't [I get that in my own tuna salad recipes]! Instead, I followed the recipe given & diced & chopped very small, almost mincing! Very nice, & thanks for sharing!