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We love the horseradish in this. I used red onion, and subbed a few drops of Cajun Sunshine hot sauce for the cayenne. Thanks for posting! Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag.

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Chocolatl July 02, 2010

Good! The only real difference between my tuna and this one is the horseradish. Made as written using only 2 tablespoons mayo and the 3 teaspoons dill option. Stuffed in a large tomato to make a nice light lunch. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl March 30, 2010

YUM! I made this tonight and my only adjustments were 1/2 tsp of cayenne and 1/2 tsp of pepper. Also a few GOOD shakes of dill:) This was a great tuna salad that will go on rotation at my house. Even my 6 yr old liked it!! Thanks:)

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Ang11002 January 28, 2008

This was really good! As I only had 2-5 oz. cans of tuna, I cut back a little bit on the seasonings. I did not have dill pickle relish, so I finely chopped a medium pickle and threw that in. I also used fat free Miracle Whip in place of the mayonnaise, and just a dash of ground black pepper (I think that a whole teaspoon might have been too much). I added only a tsp. of dill, because I think the dill pickle adds enough flavour. Thanks for helping me jazz up my own boring tuna salad!

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KP in Canada September 24, 2007

Nice change on the typical tuna salad. I liked the extra spiciness provided by both the horseradish sauce and the cayenne (though I wimped out and used just a dash of cayenne).

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iris5555 September 08, 2007
Indigo's Ridiculously Good Tuna (Salad!)