Total Time
20mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

My mother started me on a weird tuna path. She felt that a "tuna salad sandwich" should have some "salad" on it, so always added lettuce, tomato, and whatever other vegetables we had on hand. When I started making tuna salad in my own home, I went further. :) Add or subtract ingredients according to your preference or refrigerator contents. Just a word of warning, only make as much as you will eat in one sitting, as it does not improve with chilling.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix tuna, mayonaise, celery, tomatoes, green onion, raisins, dill and salt and pepper together.
  2. Fold in lettuce. I have found this to be easier that to try to mix it all at once, and gets it mixed much more evenly.
  3. Spread on bread. (or you can eat as a salad, or put into a wrap or pita,or add a slice of cheese and heat tomake a tuna melt, etc. etc. etc. *grins*).

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