5 Reviews

I really like this recipe, because it's a great canvas. The flavor and texture is very good (the walnuts are a MUST), and it can be tailored to your own taste. Adding lemon juice and dill can make it more tuna-like, and using hot mustard and pickle relish can make it more like a ham salad. My son wasn't crazy about the carrot, so I might swap it with chopped water chestnuts. I will be using this recipe a lot, so thanks!!

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KissKiss October 11, 2011

I hate the smell of tuna but I want to like it so bad. I came across this recipe and it's great. I'll make this again and again. I've never tried tuna salad so I can's compare it to this but this is good. I added some cayenne pepper on top and it was perfect. Thanks.

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sylviaspisic April 30, 2010

This was very tasty! I still love tunafish, and this recipe doesn't replace it for me, but this was very good and very easy.

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Chocokind February 22, 2010

More folks need to give this recipe a try. Absolutely wonderful. I toasted the walnuts first. I threw the chopped carrots and celery and Veganaise in the processor and gave a good few pulses to get a good mix. I also added a bit of mustard and sweet relish to the mix. Yummy!!
Thank you!

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lvisit July 29, 2011

I enjoyed this for a nice lunch. The walnuts were good, I might try them toasted for a change. Thanks! Made for the May Spain/Portugal game.

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Sharon123 June 02, 2011
The "better Than Tuna" Vegan Chickpea Salad Sandwich