Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Another wonderful deli salad from Junior's of Brooklyn, New York. And, as I mentioned before, if you have a weakness for cheesecake, you have to try Junior's (it's the only thing I've ever ordered on-line and had shipped)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place the tuna in a colander and drain well. Transfer the tuna to a medium-sized bowl and break it up with your fingers into flakes (please, use your fingers, not a knife, to finely shred the tuna. This gently flakes the tuna, instead of crushing it.) Stir in the celery.
  2. Mix all the ingredients for the dressing in a small bowl. Spoon the dressing on top of the tuna and celery mixture. Gently stir in the dressing until all of the salad ingredients are well coated. Use in sandwiches or serve as a salad on crisp lettuce leaves.
  3. Tightly cover and refrigerate any leftovers.
Most Helpful

It was one of those days when we didn't know what we wanted to eat. This was just perfect..a step above the same old same old and i usually use a number of other tuna recipes... i will add the red onion next time but we enjoyed this very much!!!

shanti2 October 01, 2007

This was very good! The garlic powder and white pepper added a great flavor. I also added some red onion as I don't think tuna salad is complete without it.

iris5555 May 12, 2007

I downsized this recipe for just myself and liked the dijon and lemon added to the mayo. I didn't have any celery on hand, but didn't miss it. I spread this on toasted slices of multi-grain bread and served with a low-sodium V-8 for a light and filling lunch.

Ms B. August 21, 2006