Hey guess what, this works with angel hair pasta too, I broke the pasta into quarter lengths. I used half a box of 450g, and two tins of tuna. I also added half a red bell pepper, maybe a quarter of a red onion, 2 hard boiled eggs, and a few sweet gherkins. Maybe it's just because I LOVE gherkins, but the sweetness went so well with this. Next time I'll experiment with some spices. THANK YOU!
A keeper, I always leave out the eggs because I don't eat them but no worse for that!
This was a good recipe. I omitted the bell pepper for personal taste. I will make it again. Thanks for the recipe!
A light, simple, and quick meal that really satisfies my craving for tuna. I modified the recipe slightly and still found the salad thoroughly moist. Changes (using 2 eggs): - 12 oz can of tuna, - 1/2 cup of juicy red bell pepper, - 1/4 cup of onion, - a HALF cup of light Miracle Whip
very good thanks for sharing!
OMG!!!! I never thought that I would enjoy this as much as we did. I used the tri-color garden corkscrew pasta, doubled the tuna, added a splash of dill, chives and dijon. PERFECT. We're not leftovers kind of people, but we were FIGHTING over them. All 5 of us. Im making it again this week. Thank you!!!
This salad was pretty good. I made it yesterday. I had to make a few changes though: I added more mayonaise and more bell peppers. I didn't mash the eggs but just diced them small.I also added quiet some seasoning and I could have added more. I'm sure without seasoning it would have tasted bland. But I'll keep the recipe and make it again.
My hubby works is a contractor and during the summer heat, the last thing he wants is a heavy meal. THIS WAS PERFECT!! I doubled the recipe, left out the eggs (only because i was out), added red AND green pepper, Old Bay Seasoning and a little thyme. I served it on a bed of romaine with halved grape tomatoes and it made a perfect main dish. This will definately become a staple in our "summer fare". Thanks for a wonderfully light addition to the cookbook!!
Used whole wheat macaroni as always, and skipped the egg. Tasted fabulous!
Love it! substituted light mayo to cut down on the calories and fat, but that was the only change I made....my husband made a face when I told him what I was fixing for dinner, but he ended up having seconds!!! Thanks for sharing!