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DH said this was especially good and he really enjoyed it. Easy to make and a definitely different take on tuna salad. Will certainly add this to the salad rotation for the summertime. Thanks for posting - made for Spring PAC 2012.
Very nice and different tuna sandwich! I left out the onion and used a regular minced tomato instead of sun-dried. I put mine on ciabatta bread and DH's in a wheat wrap. I thought the oil-and-vinegar and the fresh ground pepper made this sandwich special. Thanks for posting this recipe! Made for Fall PAC 2009
I served as a salad instead of on bread; we love tuna salad and this one is special. I served it for lunch with tomato slices, cheese and a roll.I made this for PAC; thanks for posting.
This was super tasty - a nice refreshing flavor combination. I made exactly as written (did not double mayo) except for using some nice "sturdy" brat buns instead of the w.w. bread. Thanks so much for the recipe - I will definitely be making it again!
I made this yesterday but after adding the oil and vinegar, I thought it was moist enough and delicious enough to omit the mayo. I also grated the rind of one lemon into it. It is very delicious and I look forward to my sandwich today. Thanks for this tasty and healthy recipe.
Flavor to the MaX!!! This is much better than a traditional tuna salad. I brought some to school to share lunch with a friend. She could not stop talking about how good it was. We ate it with crackers and sourdough bread. I thought I would skip the olive oil and vinegar but I was glad I didn't because it made the sandwich even better. This is going in my MUST Make OFTEN cookbook! LOved it!