Great recipe for doctoring up tuna. Used it in a pinch right before my daughter went to school, so I didn't have any eggs. I used less than 3 T mayo and it was great. I only used 1/2 an onion. I was so confident this recipe would make my husband a tuna sandwich lover that I did the open-your- mouth-and-close-your-eyes routine. Okay he didn't appreciate it... and he really doesn't like tuna fish after all. : )
I had to put a little spin on this recipe based on what I had available. So, I did not have any sweet relish in the house, instead I used some olives and diced those up. Did not have onions either, so I substituted that with a bit of onion powder. Still turned out delicious and wanted to share my thanks and suggestions for an alternative take on this recipe. Good eats!
Yum! Simple and good. I really liked the egg in this too. Thanks ChelleBelle1102 for a nice lunch. Made for Cookbook Tag.
quite easy to make and it tastes great! thanks for sharing this recipe!
This was a perfect sandwich for a lazy saturday lunch. I always have these ingredients on hand which is also nice. I might have used just a bit more mayonnaise than it called for but otherwise made as directed. The recipe is so simple but so good. Thanks so much for posting! Made for Pick-A-Chef Fall 2009.
Really enjoyed this! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I never thought I had to follow a recipe for tuna fish - but after this, I know I was wrong. This is the way tuna fish tastes when you order it in a restaurant - it's wonderful. I have made it so much since I first found the recipe, my husband (who loves tuna fish) has said - "Help-give me a break. I'm about tuna fished out!" Oh well, I'm not. Thanks for a great recipe.
This is how I make my tunafish also.. only I use miracle whip and a dash of hotsauce.. yum!
grrreat i use green onion and only one and non fat free lol thanks for posting dee