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Yumm! Almost identical to the way we have made tuna for years. Made as written and will do so again. Thanks for the yummy tuna lunch.
Delicious in any type of tortilla, and I added halved cherry tomatoes with romaine lettuce. Yummy!
We really enjoyed this tuna salad. I'm so used to making it using sweet relish, this was a nice change. Very tangy from all the dill. I doubled the recipe which made enough for my husband, toddler and I.
Great tuna salad! Loved the addition of the dill and the lemon juice. I used low carb wheat tortillas and these were great - thanks for sharing the recipe!
100% yum - factor! Loved the onion, the dill, and the little snap of lemon in this. Perfect for a lovely Easter lunch - when you want something light, and just filling enough. I wouldn't add or subtract one thing. Perfection on a plate and in your mouth. Thanks, Sharon!
Delicious wrap! I love tuna salad in wraps. This one added a few more ingredients and made it all the more special. Thank you!
Great! I don't normally eat tuna salad in a wrap, but this was good. I added some sliced tomatoes, which did make it a little "drippy", but great tasting! I made the salad exactly as written and loved the combination. Thanks for sharing!
This was a great lunch this weekend. I left out the red onion and used regular torillas. Made for Sharon123 Cookathon 2010.
This is just delicious. I have developed a taste for lemon in my tuna and this was just perfect. We didn't use it as a wrap, rather just had it as a snack on crackers. Thanks so much for a great tuna recipe. :)
Needing a quick lunch this suited both my tastes and the ingredients on hand, save the tortilla. My sandwich was served on a flatbread and was just full of bright flavors and crunch. I went back and forth on the pickle and decided to include it as a way of branching out and wish I'd choosen otherwise as it didn't seem to blend with the other components in the bowl. I will leave it out next time and add a little more red onion to replace the volume. Thanks Sharon!