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In all the years I've been making tuna, I never once thought it could be used without draining it, so I learned something new from this recipe. Mine definitely did need some extra mayonnaise, though--even with the extra water and all the mixing, it was quite dry. I also mixed in some chopped radishes. It made a nice sandwich. Thanks for posting!
My husband and I loved this as a tuna melt mix! I just used one can of tuna (for 2 people) and just estimated the rest. I used white onion instead of red, dill weed instead of fresh dill and I didn't have Dijon mustard. It turned out great! We will definitely use this again!!!
My favorite tuna recipe these days and I make it often! I usually leave out the sprouts or place them on the side mainly because I don't usually have them on hand. Love it!!
Very good. I made tuna melts for my husband and I had mine on a bed of lettuce. Thank you for this healthy and flavorful recipe. Very economical too!
I'm a pretty 'beginner' chef, and i'd not made tuna salad before. I used your recipe as a base, and added some of my own touches to taste (as for the life of me I just cant seem to follow a recipe!) including some banana peppers, blue cheese dressing instead of mayo and some rosemary. What i came up with was quite tasty, as I'm sure yours is! Thanks for the help!
Very tasty. I used to make tuna melt sandwiches.
I made this recipe for COOKING PHOTO SWAP #7. I was great, I loved the extra flavor the mustard added. It is much healthier than the way I make it (to much mayo). I did drain a little of the water and it still turned out great. I wan't able to get fresh dill (small town) so I added a little dill relish.