4 Reviews

Lorac, When I found this recipe, I couldn't wait to try it. It sounded good and looked good, but I was somehow disappointed with the end results. Lorac, I certainly hope you won't hold it against me, that I wasn't able to give this recipe more than the one star. I am however pleased to see the others here enjoyed the salad. Anyway, I do want to thank you for posting the recipe!

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Domestic Goddess April 30, 2009

It's been very hot here, and this was just the ticket for a no-cook meal this week. I used black beans instead of kidney beans because (1) they are my favorite and (2) that's what I had on hand. ;-) I was tempted to add salt and pepper, but it's not needed with the ranch dressing.

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Kathy :-( July 14, 2008

This was excellent! I made it a day before and let it sit in the fridge overnight. At first, I thought it would be too wet from all of the Ranch but it was perfect. I used white kidney beans and they were a great twist. I would have never thought to add any of these things to tuna but it all went very well together. Thanks so much for posting and PLEASE get better soon!

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mydesigirl July 11, 2008

We really did like this salad. I had never thought of using ranch dressing instead of mayonnaise. The colors were all terrific and the flavors were distinctive and pleasant together. Thanks Lorac. I will keep this one in my Zarrite's Tried and True cookbook.

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Miss Annie February 01, 2005
Ranch Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes