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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!

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Kam Pong Gi October 20, 2009

A keeper, I always leave out the eggs because I don't eat them but no worse for that!

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Gillian H May 03, 2009

This was a good recipe. I omitted the bell pepper for personal taste. I will make it again. Thanks for the recipe!

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Cajun Kitchen April 21, 2009

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

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TexPat September 02, 2008

very good thanks for sharing!

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MissAbby July 27, 2008

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!!!

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JNB79 July 27, 2008

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.

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*Bellinda* July 20, 2008

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!!

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CaneCorsoMom July 10, 2008

Used whole wheat macaroni as always, and skipped the egg. Tasted fabulous!

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mommymakeit4u June 23, 2008

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!

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Barb_in_Indy May 27, 2008
Still Another Tuna/Pasta Salad.......(Mom's Tuna Salad)