11 Reviews

Delicious - DH was skeptical about the apple but he loved it too. Ate it on a sandwich. I didn't use radishes either (but I don't like them).

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Caz December 23, 2002

Yummy salad, this was my dinner last night and my lunch today. I didnt have any radishes so used a couple of green onions. delicious!

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Evie* August 23, 2002

Wow, this is a really great recipe! Really fresh and light. The crunchy apple, celery, and radishes are the perfect pair with the soft and tender tuna. I doubled the recipe; the leftovers made a great workday lunch. I can't wait to make this again!

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heatherhopecs June 17, 2015

I was never a big fan of canned tuna, but let me tell you, this recipe makes it taste delicious.I followed the recipe exactly, but I left out the onion for personal preference. So many different flavors that go so well together. I think I might stock my pantry with tuna now, but this will be the one and only recipe I will ever use. Thank you.

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Katanashrp February 20, 2010

This was so good, I loved it alot. I used a granny smith apple because i found green apples last much longer than other kinds (they don't go so brown so easily). I also added an entire celery stalk and a third radish, because the other two radishes were small. It was so good. And it didn't even last the day.

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Studentchef December 27, 2007

This was a very good recipe! I have a "twist" (doesn't everyone!) that I thought I'd share. I recently found the flavored tuna packs put out by Starkist and I am particularly fond of the Hickory Smoked version. I used this flavor with your recipe and it was FANTASTIC! The only other change I would make is on personal preference as I thought the onion was a little strong so I'd cut back to 1/8 of a cup. I also threw in a few red pepper flakes for fun. The variety of flavors is outstanding. Thanks for posting!

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Lady Dancer October 14, 2007

The first time I made it I followed the recipe exactly. I was excellent. The second time I made this, my radish didn't look so great, so I omitted it, and added chopped, toasted pecans. I was good too. I think that there are many variations of this salad that would be good too, such as different types of apples. I can't wait to try with a tart Granny Smith. Thanks so much for posting! Great recipe!

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Heatherly September 17, 2007

We made this for lunches this past week and we really enjoyed in wrapped in whole wheat sandwich wraps. Thanks for the easy lunch idea!

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Victoria in Fort Wayne September 15, 2007

I really liked this salad. It tasted so fresh and crisp. The apple really made good old tuna salad come alive. Thanks Myserygirl. Nice recipe that I'll be making again.

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Kathy228 June 06, 2007

Terrific flavor combinations and colorful, too. Mine would jhave been more colorful, but I used white onion instead of purple. I added some dried tarragon. Great in a pita! Thanx for sharing; this one's a keeper!

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*Parsley* October 09, 2006
Tasty Tuna Salad