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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.
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.
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:)
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!
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).